Kejser, Kejser, Kejser . . .
Of course you can't say with certainty that it's Hadogenes troglodytes
(though it's a pretty reasonable guess), but you CAN say with certainty that it's not H. paucidens
, because it's clearly lacking the olive banding. This also eliminates H. bicolor.
By the way, it's a female, if anyone's interested.
If your emperor scorpion stops eating, don't panic.
Be nice -- you were a noob once, too
"Never ask an engineer to explain something, because he will."