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PostSubject: my new scorps   4/29/2008, 3:04 am

I've received alot of scorps over the last couple weeks so here goes;

0.0.4 T.stigmurus
0.0.4 T.serrulatus
0.0.2 H.tamulus
0.0.4 H.judaicus
0.0.2 H.caboverdensis
1.0.0 C.exilicauda
0.0.1 Zabius fuscus
1.1.0 Argintina sp. waiting for confirmation on sp.

someday I might take pics of them....


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PostSubject: Re: my new scorps   4/29/2008, 3:52 am

Congrats!
A lot of nice scorps there Smile
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PostSubject: Re: my new scorps   4/29/2008, 4:48 am

Nice additions! Would be cool if you could post some pics of the unIDed species from Argentina.
Oh and the names you were looking for are Hottentotta caboverdensis and Centruroides exilicauda Wink Wherat I suppose that your C.exilicauda were caught in the USA? In that case the correct name for them will be Centruroides sculpturatus. C.exilicauda is an endemic species to the Baja California.
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PostSubject: Re: my new scorps   4/29/2008, 8:59 am

Some of us have started calling them "exisculpt" or something similar because of the constant back-and-forth taxonomic revisions. Rolling Eyes

Nice additions to the collection. Very Happy

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PostSubject: Re: my new scorps   4/29/2008, 10:34 am

Thanks Wink
Iwas to tired and lazy to look for thr complete names, I was just going off the top of my head..
The argentina ones remind me of S.donesis in size, and shape. I will take pics soon..
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PostSubject: Re: my new scorps   4/29/2008, 11:05 am

congrats! you must have one hell of a collection.*jealous*
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PostSubject: Re: my new scorps   4/29/2008, 1:50 pm

Lucky .
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PostSubject: Re: my new scorps   4/29/2008, 5:40 pm

so far your beating me with :
0.0.1 Zabius fuscus
1.1.0 Argintina sp.
but all the other ones you have just came in as well or are on they way here. I'm, also expecting a big package next week of:
1 - Liocheles waigensis (Adult Female; Wild Caught; Possibly Gravid)
2 - Liocheles waigensis (Adult Female; Wild Caught; Possibly Gravid)
3 - Liocheles Australasiae (5th Instar; Captive Raised; Parthenogenic)
4 - Liocheles Australasiae (5th Instar; Captive Raised; Parthenogenic)
5 - Isometrus maculatus (5th Instar, Captive Raised)
6 - Isometrus maculatus (5th Instar, Captive Raised)
7 - Isometrus maculatus (5th Instar, Captive Raised)
8 - Isometrus maculatus (5th Instar, Captive Raised)
9 - Isometrus maculatus (5th Instar, Captive Raised)
10 - Isometrus maculatus (5th Instar, Captive Raised)
11 - Isometrus maculatus (4th Instar, Captive Raised)
12 - Isometrus maculatus (4th Instar, Captive Raised)
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PostSubject: Re: my new scorps   4/29/2008, 9:30 pm

man i tell you warren and eddy is making too darn jeaslous over here
one when i grow up i won't to get those things you both get lol

i would kill for a few of those I. maculatus
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PostSubject: Re: my new scorps   4/29/2008, 11:31 pm

I feel a little left out here. After getting those A. mauritanicus last weekend, I'm perfectly content with my collection. Very Happy The only thing I'd go out of my way to get right now is some more of the local species.

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PostSubject: Re: my new scorps   4/29/2008, 11:38 pm

No such things as to many scorps. You cant just be content. You need MORE!!!!
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PostSubject: Re: my new scorps   4/29/2008, 11:46 pm


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