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|Subject: Hadogenes paucidens 2/13/2013, 1:30 pm|| |
im still not 100% sure that this one is male, its very obvious with my female going by her tail(cant remeber the correct term) but this one's tail doesnt seem as long as the one's on other male's ive seen online
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|Subject: Re: Hadogenes paucidens 2/13/2013, 8:15 pm|| |
It looks to be a male. I agree that I have seen longer metasomas but it may just be the individual or it might not be mature yet.
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|Subject: Re: Hadogenes paucidens 4/9/2013, 7:26 am|| |
First of all, what a beautiful scorpion!
I think it's definitely male, the metasoma (tail) has larger segments very slender and long and I believe it's not fully grown yet?
See the difference with my female here:
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|Subject: Re: Hadogenes paucidens 4/19/2013, 11:27 pm|| |
i'm going for male too.. the pedipalps is too elongated for a female that has oval-ish/semi-rounded looking pedipalp. the metasoma of yours have longer segments too suggesting a male
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|Subject: Re: Hadogenes paucidens 4/21/2013, 2:28 am|| |
A good rule of thumb for the Hadogenes, if its full grown and the metasoma is longer then the body, male.. shorter female..
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