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PostSubject: interior coastal sctub report   6/14/2013, 9:07 pm

spent the late afternoon exploring a beautiful section of scrub, and it definitely did NOT disappoint!

all around the area I saw numerous burrows belonging to anuroctonus, and aphonopelma, and thanks to my experiences with my eremobates, some tunnel systems of large solifugae.

my main target was bothriocyrtum, and this area is loaded with them!



the colors in this habitat are truly beautiful. rocks were everywhere, I flipped a few, but didn't want to damage the habitat, so I kept my focus on the trapdoors.



this is one of the largest bothriocyrtum I've ever seen, beautiful!



general area she came from. this places requires you to pay close attention to where you put your hands. poodle bush and thistles were everywhere.



unreal geology! some portions made me do a double-take. I can't believe how colorful the soil itself was!

maybe this will motivate people to join me on a field exploration. Razz

I'm going to return here to UV light some scorpions Very Happy
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PostSubject: Re: interior coastal sctub report   6/14/2013, 11:55 pm

Nice...do report your findings when you bring a blacklight.

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PostSubject: Re: interior coastal sctub report   6/18/2013, 3:33 am

The top picture looks like a painting. The colours are stunning.

I'm looking forward to seeing what you find when you go up with a black light.
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PostSubject: Re: interior coastal sctub report   6/21/2013, 4:10 am

Well, i went with the UV, but no scorpions were out and about.  

  Very odd.  I guess it's just not warm enough yet, i know the scorps are there, as I saw numerous anuroctonus and P. silvestrii burrows..  I flipped some stones, but all i found was this really odd looking arachnid.  It looked like a harvestman, but walked and behaved more like a solifugid.  Weird!

  i scoured the internet for a match, however the closest thing i found was an extinct family called "Trigonotarbida"..


  Great, now I'm stuck in bold. lol  why isn't that working?   Anyways, I'm returning AGAIN, so I'll see if i find anything worthwhile..
 
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