My Parabuthus granulatus and capensis

Re: My Parabuthus granulatus and capensis

Postby shamroth » Wed Apr 25, 2012 9:05 am

Not to derail this thread, but after having had the pleasure of being fined for collecting a scorpion once, do you guys get collection permits of any kind?
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Re: My Parabuthus granulatus and capensis

Postby shadowfoot » Wed Apr 25, 2012 10:51 am

@Shamroth, all my scorps were purchased or given to me, so I did not need a collecting permit which would anyway be impossible to get in the Western Cape.
@Scorpion, I am 100% sure its capensis. Will keep my eyes and ears open for a male granulatus.
@Carla, I will post some pics when she is in the last few weeks of gestation. They look like they are about to burst at that stage.
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