Scorpions


Asian Forest Scorpion (Heterometrus spinifer)
5", $39 each
These beautiful shiney black Asians, resemble Emperor scorpions, and belongs to the genus Heterometrus, the largest of the worlds scorpions. Streamline built and their "claws" (pedipalps) aren't as bumpy looking as Emperors. These are aggressive, and communal tanks aren't recommended. Reaching 5" - 6" as adults!!

Scorpions


Brazilian Striped Back Scorpion (Tityus stigmurus)
1/2" $30 each, C.B. Babies!!
Very interesting species from Brazil, T. stigmurus is a smaller species that is an overall golden- yellowish with darker greyish smudges around eyes, telson, tips of pedipalps, and a faint stripe down the back. This species is also parthenogenec, and produce offspring without needing to breed. These need to be provided with a vertical peice of bark or dried leaf for proper molting. Keep semi-moist, and keep in mind, the venom with this species should be considered dangerous although few deaths have actually occured. BE VERY CAUTIOUS!!

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