Scorpions


Malaysian Forest Scorpion (Heterometrus spinifer)
4" - 5", $49 each
These beautiful shiney black forest scorpions are impressive! Large menacing pedipalps on these belonging to the genus Heterometrus, the largest of the worlds scorpions. Black to reddish brown over all in coloration, with a lighter colored telson. They like to dig, so deep moist substrate is recommended. These are aggressive, and communal tanks are not recommended. Reaching 5" - 6" as adults!!

Scorpions


Peloncillo Mountain Smoothclaw Scorpion (Diplocentrus peloncillensis)
1.5"- 2", $35 each
Fairly rare due to the harsh region these are found, D. peloncillensis are a smaller species but very interesting. Dark brown to golden in color, smooth shiney claws, reminds me of a small version of Opistophthalmus. Not overly aggressive, get these rare little desert species while you can!!

Scorpions


African Fattailed Scorpion (Androctonus australis)
2"- 3", $69 each
This awesome African scorpion has a fantastic look with a powerfully thick metasoma and a distinctive black section on the telson. Attributed to causing the most deaths, of any scorpion!! VERY DANGEROUSLY VENOMOUS, take EXTREAME CAUTION with this species! ABSOLUTELY NO MINORS, WILL BE ALLOWED TO PURCHASE WITHOUT PARENTAL CONSENT!!

Scorpions


Cambodian Forest Scorpion (Heterometrus petersii)
4" - 5", Adults, $39 each
These beautiful shiney black forest scorpions are impressive! Large menacing pedipalps on these belonging to the genus Heterometrus, the largest of the worlds scorpions. Black to reddish brown over all in coloration. They like to dig, so deep moist substrate is recommended. These are aggressive, and communal tanks are not recommended. Reaching 5" - 6" as adults!!

Scorpions


Cambodian Forest Scorpion (Heterometrus petersii)
CB Babies!! 1"+, $20 each
These beautiful shiney black forest scorpions are impressive! Large menacing pedipalps on these belonging to the genus Heterometrus, the largest of the worlds scorpions. Black to reddish brown over all in coloration. They like to dig, so deep moist substrate is recommended. These are aggressive, and communal tanks are not recommended. Reaching 5" - 6" as adults!!

Scorpions


Dune Scorpion (Smeringus mesaensis)
WC 3", $20 each
Nice looking U.S. desert species, that makes a great dispay! Bright yellow overall, with a menacing look. Stings are painful, but this species is not dangerously venomous. Keep these on dry sand, and house separately. Neat Scorp!

Scorpions


Arizona Desert Hairy Scorpion (Hadrurus arizonensis)
WC 2" - 3", $25 each
Great scorpion all around! Large, and menacing looking, but actually a very mild sting, although it does hurt a little. Very hardy and easy to keep. Among one of the best "pet" species in the hobby, although a little attitude. Good looker!

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