Well sure, with an exact hit maybe. But I imagine the fight would be quite messy. Still think the vinegaroon would shred a tailless whip scorpion before it got a chance to get any good shots in.But i think the tws would get it inbetween the abdomen and cephlothorax and sub due it that Way since its stance is lower set
Face to face i think the tws would still win its and open its palps wider and i just think it would winWell sure, with an exact hit maybe. But I imagine the fight would be quite messy. Still think the vinegaroon would shred a tailless whip scorpion before it got a chance to get any good shots in.
An akita is twice the mass of a pitbull and has some thick coat for protection. That's just not giving the poor pitbull a chancePut average typical Akita in a pen with a 'real' pit bull. Pit bull is bred for build and ability in dog fights. Akita will win easily.
Called an analogy it is, young Luke. The real reason an Akita can kill most other dogs is the connection, close relationship, to their primal ancestors. Similar applies to the pholcids; they developed extraordinary combatant abilities far beyond what their physique dictates. Without knowing antecedents like these examples, the which would win of this thread would have to be determined by mundane trail and error analysis.Aside from this, I have no idea what is happening in this thread and how dogs connect to insects and