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US Native Scorpion Thread

Discussion in 'Scorpions' started by AzJohn, Apr 30, 2010.

  1. william_wang

    william_wang Arachnopeon

    there are many kinds of scorpions in USA.
    it is so lucky.
    i can only found three kinds of scorpions in CHINA...
  2. Vaejovis lapidicola??? no idea what is it?
  3. AzJohn

    AzJohn Arachnoking Old Timer

    Thread Revival
    C exilicuada

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  4. AzJohn

    AzJohn Arachnoking Old Timer

    Superstitionia donensis
    Still my favorite natives

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  5. Michiel

    Michiel Arachnoking Old Timer

    What a lookers! Nice little scorps, John :D
  6. AzJohn

    AzJohn Arachnoking Old Timer

    BUmp....... I know it's old but let's see a few more.
  7. AzJohn

    AzJohn Arachnoking Old Timer

    I few scorpions and habitat from last spring

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  8. AzJohn

    AzJohn Arachnoking Old Timer

    left one out

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  9. terancheped42

    terancheped42 Arachnosquire

    :eek: I wish I still lived in Arizona!
  10. Michiel

    Michiel Arachnoking Old Timer

    Very nice pics, John! The thread deserved a revival...

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    Vaejovis cf. pequeno, adult female (Mexico)

    It is not really a U.S. native species, but it is close enough, I hope!:D
  12. OBT1

    OBT1 Arachnosquire

    So many babies and such a pretty girl!
  13. Nice pics, very majestic species
  14. More pictures!

    Vaejovis cf. pequeno (left), Serradigitus joshuaensis (left). The age and sex of both specimens is not certain.

    Vaejovis cf. pequeno adult female

    Vaejovis cf. pequeno second instar baby

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    Vaejovis cf. pequeno

  15. Some new pictures.

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    Vaejovis aff. pequeno adult female, dorsal view

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    Vaejovis aff. pequeno. Piggy back rides, anyone?:D

    Vaejovis aff. pequeno, detail of the carapace

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    V. cf. pequeno, detail of the prosoma

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    Vaejovis cf. pequeno second instar baby. They are only about 4-6 mm. long. As you can see, they need a steady supply of micro-insects.
  16. Pictures were taken with a Nikon D90.
  17. Hendersoniana

    Hendersoniana Arachnoangel

    beautiful pics :)! I love how small that vaejovis is, even the cricket leg is almost twice its size!
  18. Thanks for the kind words. Actually, that baby is slightly larger than that. The appearance of the pictures on this board differ from the appearance of the pictures on other things (i.e. my camera). But, yes, the babies are very tiny!;)
  19. AzJohn

    AzJohn Arachnoking Old Timer

    Vaejovis sp maybe paysoninsis or somthing similar. Found today at high elevations around 7000ft, in a very moist environment. I found two, hopfully enough to breed.

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