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    YAY for Scorpios!!! Woohooo!

    Oh. Those are scorpioNS. Yikes!

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    PAK..............your so funny
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    hmmmmmm guess the ones from Florida are brown but this is what im looking for C. gracilis
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    Awesome! The stinger looks dull, I hope it works. These guys love to sting their prey once captured. They also like to bury their claws in the substrate afterwards for some funny reason. I believe H. arizonensis life span is about 4-6 years (you may be thinking of Pandinus imperator, which lives much longer). One day, I will buy that Androctonus.
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    Hadrurus arizonensis has lived up to 25 years in captivity. it generally takes them 4-7 years before they even start breeding. dont believe me then look it up

    most scorps are fairly long lived. they generally take atleast 2 if not more years before they are even old enough to start breeding. most of the larger species do not start bredding before 4 years of age.
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    Scorpions are neat and I'd like to have one, but the wife has other opions on that.
    Maybe when we get a bigger house and I have a fish / lizard room I can sneak 1 or 2 in.
    I was at a reptile show last weekend and I was looking at some Scorpions.


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    Rattler. my grandpa in florida has Centruroides Vittatus scorps running around. do you have them(keep them)?
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    Larry , you inquired about the wild scorpions running around. They are these.

    http://georgiafaces.caes.uga.edu/get...m?storyid=1899

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