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i can't pick it up because it seem to be a little nervous and aggressive .

what is my scorpion gender ? species ? and instar .


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going by the colour, and chelae I'd say Heterometrus Spinifer. Asian Forest Scorpion. A Pandinus Imperator would have indents, or noduals on it's chelae

as far as gender it's REALLY young. Maybe 3-4i. The telson[bulb before the sting] is white that's the big indicator. not on it's EXACT age, but stage of development.

Juvenile - white
sub-adult - creamy/yellow
adult - black/dark brown

gender is hard to tell without seeing the genital opercalum. i think thats what it's called? i also am not sure if they can be sexed so young.
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thank you . i will try to take a photo from its bottom .
it looks male to me . female scorp should be a little more docile , and this little monster even try to stung my spoon when i move the spoon close to him .

and how to recognize H.spinifer and H.longimanus male ? its complicate to me
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With the new pictures you posted I think its more towards the H. Longimanus. The Chelae look pretty long to me. I couldnt tell with the other pics. As far as sexing You'll need someone else on that one. Some species you can use the chelae and such, but I don't know specifics quite yet.
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Well it's either a H. spinifer or H. longimanus. I can't really lean one way or the other because it's young. The chela shape and size are about the same at this age. (I'm guessing around 4th instar, but I can't be sure.)
You might have to wait til it's an adult (or at least close to an adult) to get an accurate ID for it.
Have you read this? [ASA] Heterometrus longimanus

As for sexing it, try to get some clear pics of the genital operculum.

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please tell me she is pre-molting =P !!

i fed she at last week with 1 cricket .

and today , i put 3 cricket as a feed , and i went out for work .

when im home , all those cricket were gone or eaten .
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It's possible that it could be in the early stages of premolt, or it could just be fat.

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