Florida Bark Scorpion (Centruroides gracilis)
C.B. Babies, 1/2" $15 each
Also known as the Slenderbrown Scorpion, C. gracilis is large compared to other U.S. buthids. Brown to maroon in color with light colored legs, which as babies, the legs are bright orange! Slender pedipalps with a menacing look, this species can pack a punch, and although stings are not life threatening, be cautious!! Very cool species!!
Kenyan Rusty Scorpion (Odonturus dentatus)
CB Babies, 1/2" $25 each
This beautiful East African species from Kenya, Tanzania, and Somalia, lives in scrubland type savannas and makes its home under rocks and other debris. O. dentatus need a bit more moisture than other African species, so slight moisture is needed to keep these properly in captivity. They are a chocolate to reddish-orange in overall color, and possess a thick metasoma. Although this species venom is not life threatening, take extreame caution so that stings don't occur. Very nice looking species!!
African Emperor Scorpion (Pandinus imperator)
WC adults 5", $40 each
These beautiful jet black scorpions are also, "pound for pound" one of the largest. Gentile in nature for the most part making them ideal "pet" specimans that rarely sting, and posseses mild venom. These have been a staple scorpion hobby species for many years, but not for long, and are in the process of being put on cites. Could be the last chance to get large wild caught specimens for awhile! Very cool scorpion!
Giant Blond Desert Hairy Scorpion (Hadrurus pallidus)
WC 3", $30 each, RARE!
Beautiful large scorpion from the southwestern U.S., H. pallidus is lighter in coloration and quite a bit larger that similar Hadrurus species such as H. arizonensis or H. spadix. Sparsely available, don't pass these up!!
Black Spitting Thicktail Scorpion (Parabuthus transvaalicus)
CB Babies!!, 1/2" $25 each
These beautiful yet dangerous scorpions from South Africa are a rare find and not often available. Huge thickened telson that can squirt venom, so watch your eyes. This species is a desert/scrubland scorpion and is found in Botswana, South Africa, Zimbabwe and Mozambique under logs and stones. Limited supply, so don't snooze on these!! DANGEROUSLY VENOMOUS, take EXTREAME CAUTION with this species!
Black-Tipped Thicktail Scorpion (Parabuthus liosoma)
CB Babies!!, 1/2", $35 each
These beautiful yet dangerous scorpions from Africa are a rare find and not often available. Huge thickened telson that are black on the two last sections. This species is a desert/scrubland scorpion and is found in Egypt, Ethiopia, Kenya, Somalia, Sudan, Tanzania, and also Saudi Arabia and Yemen under logs and stones. Keep a bit more moist than similar species such as P. transvaalicus. This species is not know to squirt venom like P. transvaalicus. Limited supply, so don't snooze on these!! DANGEROUSLY VENOMOUS, take EXTREAME CAUTION with this species!
Arizona Bark Scorpion (Centruroides sculpturatus)
WC 2", $15 each
These beautiful Southwestern scorpions are orange and sleek! They are communal, and thrive in captivity. Watch the venom though, they are the only U.S. scorpion to be contributed to human fatalities from envenomation, so take extreame precautions!!
Asian Forest Scorpion (Heterometrus petersii)
CB 1"+, $25 each, RARE!!
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!!
Desert Stripedtail Scorpion (Vaejovis spinigerus)
WC adults 1" - 2", $15 each
Nice little desert species that is widespread throughout the southwestern U.S. Telson is striped, giving it a look of their own. Venomous, but not dangerous. Great little Scorp!
Dune Scorpion (Smeringus mesaensis)
WC adults 1" - 2", $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!