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What are the other bigger species? :)

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Topic What are the other bigger species? :)

Post by bubotmcawesome on Sun Mar 16, 2014 3:20 am

I enjoy watching and keeping large species of scorpions and would love to own more. I own 3 Heterometrus Longimanus, all residing in awesome display enclosures for me to view at night with my UV light. They are big and are a great feast for the eyes. I'm aslo wondering if what are the other bigger species? I've read of the Swammerdami and the Emperor, but what else? Smile and can the swammerdami, emperor and longimanus be kept communally? What are big species of bark wood scorps and dessert scorps? Smile I love their display of color when exposed to UV light. But I make sure they dont take to much of it. Smile Hoping for a reply on my post. Smile Greater power to ASA! Very Happy
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Topic Re: What are the other bigger species? :)

Post by shaneshac on Sun Mar 16, 2014 4:51 pm

Hadrurus arizonensis is the largest desert scorp
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Topic Re: What are the other bigger species? :)

Post by DolbyR on Sat Mar 22, 2014 6:09 am

Heterometrus, Pandinus, Parabuthus and Hadogenes are what you're looking for. And of course, Hadrurus as shaneshac already mentioned.

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