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knight.chaonai
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PostSubject: Please ID. this scorpion   Please ID. this scorpion Empty11/20/2012, 2:56 am

Hello, My nickname is Knight, I from Thailand. These scorpions I kept them from a wild. But I don't know these type.
Can you help me?

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knight.chaonai
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PostSubject: Re: Please ID. this scorpion   Please ID. this scorpion Empty11/20/2012, 2:59 am

I forgot, this scopion size 1.5-2 cm.
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PostSubject: Re: Please ID. this scorpion   Please ID. this scorpion Empty11/22/2012, 7:46 am

looks like chaerilus celebensis
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PostSubject: Re: Please ID. this scorpion   Please ID. this scorpion Empty11/22/2012, 11:58 am

Based on your location and the size of this specimen I'd guess Euscorpiops longimanus but that's just a google fueled guess. Maybe E. problematicus or E. binghamii? I think my guess is close as it's a species naturally found in Thailand for starters.
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PostSubject: Re: Please ID. this scorpion   Please ID. this scorpion Empty11/23/2012, 6:21 am

Yames wrote:
Based on your location and the size of this specimen I'd guess Euscorpiops longimanus but that's just a google fueled guess. Maybe E. problematicus or E. binghamii? I think my guess is close as it's a species naturally found in Thailand for starters.

Thak you very much, I sent this pic to professor in france, he ID. same you, he told me this scorpion is in Genus Euscorpiops but can not confirm species. He want sample. I'll use your ID. for search.

Thank you again, Very Happy
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PostSubject: Re: Please ID. this scorpion   Please ID. this scorpion Empty12/12/2012, 7:55 pm

Euscorpius for sure.
Someone mentioned they looked like Uroctonus mordax, and what the hey they look so similiar to my U. mordax scorps.
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