Some of my scorpion pictures

Re: Some of my scorpion pictures

Postby lexer » Sun Aug 05, 2012 9:21 pm

hy @ all.

i have new pictures from some interesting species :)

regards alex

Uroplectes otjimbinguensis
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Uroplectes otjimbinguensis / 2.instar
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Uroplectes cf. schlechteri / 1.instar
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Lychas mucronatus / 1.instar F03
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Tityus serrulatus 0.2
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Tityus stigmurus /1.instar
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Re: Some of my scorpion pictures

Postby shadowfoot » Sun Aug 05, 2012 10:44 pm

This is by far my favourite topic on this forum.
Well done Alex! You are a master at what you do!
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Re: Some of my scorpion pictures

Postby shadowfoot » Sun Aug 05, 2012 10:46 pm

How do you heat your scorpions? Is the whole room heated by a heater or do you heat each enclosure individually?
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Re: Some of my scorpion pictures

Postby lexer » Mon Aug 13, 2012 3:45 pm

many thanks :)
I heat not the whole room because I have humid and arid species. these also have different parameters.
so I do heated by lamps and heating cables, in separate cabinets with the different species... :) .

all the best, alex
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Re: Some of my scorpion pictures

Postby lexer » Sun Jan 20, 2013 9:10 pm

hy @ all.

long time ago, but here is a litle update :)

all the best, alex

Uroplectes formosus formosus 1.1 Adult
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Uroplectes formosus formosus / 1.instar
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Uroplectes olivaceus/ 1.instar F02
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Parabuthus transvaalicus / 2.instar
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Parabuthus transvaalicus 0.0.118 / 2.instar
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Isometrus maculatus/ 1.instar F02
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Uroplectes cf. schlechteri / 1.instar
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Uroplectes otjimbinguensis
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Hottentotta polystictus / 1.instar
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Hottentotta polystictus / 2.instar
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Hottentotta hottentotta " uganda"/ 1.instar
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Tityus equadoriensis / 1.instar
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Tityus stigmurus / Tityus serrulatus
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Re: Some of my scorpion pictures

Postby Bushviper » Mon Jan 21, 2013 1:15 pm

It is so nice to see captive breeding and know that as a result less animals will be taken from the wild in future. Thanks.
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Re: Some of my scorpion pictures

Postby lexer » Sat Jan 26, 2013 3:24 pm

yes that's right. thank you :)

all the best, alex
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