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PostSubject: parthagenic   9/14/2009, 5:28 pm

hi all i was just sat thinking to my self is there any scorps that can produce offspring without a mate?



cheers in advance sam
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PostSubject: Re: parthagenic   9/14/2009, 5:37 pm

There are a few species that can do this. The only one I can remeber is a Tityus sp, can't remember the name.
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PostSubject: Re: parthagenic   9/14/2009, 5:46 pm

Yes, the ones i know of are

Liochelus australasiae
Hottentotta caboverdensus(believe H.Hottentotta is too, but maybe not)
Tityus stigmurus
Tityus serrulatus
Tityus uruguayensis
Tityus columbianus
Tityus metuendus
Tityus trivittatus

might be one or two more i'm missing but i think that's pretty much it. imo H.caboverdensus and T.stigmurus would be the coolest of them all to reproduce and keep.


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PostSubject: Re: parthagenic   9/14/2009, 6:24 pm

C.Gracilis?
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PostSubject: Re: parthagenic   9/14/2009, 7:21 pm

oops sorry scratch that one, i originally thought they were but then i remembered they just have multiple broods from 1 insemination, my bad
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PostSubject: Re: parthagenic   9/14/2009, 8:15 pm

really that many?
i am pretty sure both Liocheles australasie and Tityus serrulatus are documented, but i think they are still trying to "prove" that other species do it too...it's tricky when many can store sperm for so long, and produce many broods from one insemination
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PostSubject: Re: parthagenic   9/18/2009, 6:55 am

hottentotta hottentotta, had it from birth to adult then popped, never met a male in its entire life
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PostSubject: Re: parthagenic   9/18/2009, 5:29 pm

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