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RE: ID ? Tarantula and scorpion

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Posted by: Krawll at Thu May 14 20:09:15 2009  [ Report Abuse ] [ Email Message ] [ Show All Posts by Krawll ]  
   

I can't realy help with the species, i'm sorry. But i can tell the scorpion is rather fat. It could be a pregnant female. Or it could be almost ready to molt. I don't think they get that fat after eating , even if it's a big meal.

Also , with big armor like that i would've said like wolfpach. Probably Emperor Scorp. I'm not a scorpion guy so i wouldn't know any other species of scorp that has such a thick black armor. I can try and look around for the tarrantula's I.D. though. If i find out what it is i'll post another reply.

have a nice day

Krawll


   

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