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Mr. Mordax
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PostSubject: Hadogenes paucidens   Hadogenes paucidens Empty2/27/2008, 1:59 am

This is the first time I've ever been stung. I was rehousing my adult pair of Hadogenes paucidens, and my male was relaxed enough to let me tail him without problem. My female decided to be a bit more feisty and somehow managed to flip her tail around and tag the side of my index finger.

The initial pain was just a "prick" sensation, and me wondering if I'd actually gotten tagged. It later rose to a dull, slightly throbbing, but almost non-existant pain. A few minutes later and it was slightly numb-feeling.

It's been about ten minutes and my finger feels a little irritated, like I poked it on a blackberry bush several hours ago.

I'd post a picture, except the sting was so minor I can't even see the sting site.

Update: It's been around an hour, and I can't really feel any more effects of the sting.

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PostSubject: Re: Hadogenes paucidens   Hadogenes paucidens Empty7/21/2009, 4:25 pm

i got stung by one of these and it reminded me of a weak stinging nettle
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