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Victor Ghirotto
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PostSubject: A few Brazilian species.   A few Brazilian species. Empty4/29/2014, 5:45 pm

Hello. Thanks!
Actually, i have some pictures!

The four serrulatus:
A few Brazilian species. CRmFfRY

bahiensis and fasciolatus mothers:
A few Brazilian species. NTCehc5

fasciolatus 2nd instar:
A few Brazilian species. TVdmkS0

bahiensis 2nd and 3rd instar:
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Regards!
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PostSubject: Re: A few Brazilian species.   A few Brazilian species. Empty4/30/2014, 12:35 pm

B****** I forgot to keep your post when I moved the pictures. Sorry Eddy.

I'm not normally a fan of New World bark scorpions but I do like that Tityus fasciolatus.

Are these species found in your local area?
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PostSubject: Re: A few Brazilian species.   A few Brazilian species. Empty4/30/2014, 8:48 pm

Hello! That's no problem.

T. fasciolatus indeed even remember some new world scorpion, didn't it?

The bahiensis and serrulatus are from my area, São Paulo, my city is near the capital São Paulo - SP.
They have a huge range of distribution.
Tityus fasciolatus are from 700~800 km North of my area, in Cerrado region of Goiás, Mato Grosso and DF. My friend went there and brought the wildcaught's.
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PostSubject: Re: A few Brazilian species.   A few Brazilian species. Empty5/4/2014, 12:18 pm


Aww cute how they don't mind being beside another member from their genus and i'm loving that rock as well! Very Happy
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