Cuban Orange Scorpion (Rhopalurus junceus)
CB Babies, 1/2", $35 each, RARE!!
This handsome Cuban scorpion is an endemic species, that inhabit ecosystems ranging from savanna forests to semi-desert areas. They are commonly found under rocks or fallen trees and throughout the epiphytic vegetation within the Bromeliads. The body is yellowish brown, pink, orange, with a red or purple tail, a single stinger and the eight limbs darker, burgundy, purple or blackish, with a black triangle intercular. Reaching 3"+ as adults, this species is not considered a dangerous species, but caution should always be taken. Rarely available, don't let them slip away!
Florida Bark Scorpion (Centruroides gracilis)
CB 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!!
Rusty Thick Tail Scorpion (Babycurus jacksoni)
CB Babies, 1/2" $20 each
This beautiful species from Kenya, Tanzania, Cameroon, Uganda, and Congo (Zaire), lives in scrubland type savannas and makes its home under rocks and other debris. B. jacksoni 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!!