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 Post subject: New Arrivals.
PostPosted: Wed Jun 02, 2010 4:47 pm 
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Well I had my order from TSS(Thanks again) and some scorps from a friend.

Here's what came:

11 Sub/adult Caraboctonus keyserlingi's

2 Caraboctonus sp "North" sub/adults

6 Pandinus imperator sub adults

3 sub Heterometrus swammerdami sub adults

4 Bothririus coriaceus scorplings

And some Nephila slings, pair of Hyllus cf giganteum from a mate.

Oh and I got a Hadrurus arizonensis sub adult yesterday, wasen't planning on getting her but I saw her in a local shop decided why not :P

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Hadrurus arizonensis female:



One of my Caraboctonus keyserlingi's:



1.1 Heterometrus swammerdami, only took pics of one of the females:

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Thanks for looking :D


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They are amazing. The Caraboctonus keyserlingi looks fantastic :)

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RachelT93 wrote:
They are amazing. The Caraboctonus keyserlingi looks fantastic :)


Thank you, the keyserlingi are lovely scorps.. Fierce things for tiny scorps though, I'll try and get some pics of the pandinus imperators as they are in a communal setup all huddled up atm :D


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lovely little scorps there.

and congrats for getting back into it :)

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lovely little scorps there.

and congrats for getting back into it :)


Thanks :)


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 Post subject: Re: New Arrivals.
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nice pictures :) and a good start huh
but what the hell have you got the swammerdami housed in? it looks like they could hop out of there lol

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Shaz wrote:
nice pictures :) and a good start huh
but what the hell have you got the swammerdami housed in? it looks like they could hop out of there lol


Thanks, he's in one of those large flip top tubs(Waiting on some bigger tubs to come)

He seems fine though, he's not huge just looks it in the pic lol. I changed the piece of bark to something smaller after I took the pic, he has plenty of moving space :mrgreen:


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 Post subject: Re: New Arrivals.
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you know 1 of mine dont move much the other one is a bugger it runs up the bark to get out and it would clear jump at me out of that :lol:
they look about same size as mine i dont know what sex mine are i wasnt fussed to be honest i was told good chance a pair but at end of the day i just wanted them :)

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 Post subject: Re: New Arrivals.
PostPosted: Thu Jun 03, 2010 11:59 pm 
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Shaz wrote:
you know 1 of mine dont move much the other one is a bugger it runs up the bark to get out and it would clear jump at me out of that :lol:
they look about same size as mine i dont know what sex mine are i wasnt fussed to be honest i was told good chance a pair but at end of the day i just wanted them :)


Aye mine are quite aggressive lol, well if yours turn out to be females your welcome to borrow my male for 50/50 loan 8)

Need to wait a while until my females get bigger anyhow really lol, I may give it a go after they've settled in for a few weeks. They aint huge but it may be worth a shot :D


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not sure if i want to breed scorps now :hmm: tried the flat rocks and lost a male so now im not too sure

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