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 Heres the scorp pic, desert hairy ? if so what type of dh is it ? and how do




04/21/12  08:01pm

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  Message To: MandibleHead   In reference to Message Id: 2263708


 Heres the scorp pic, desert hairy ? if so what type of dh is it ? and how do

so is it a dh? i dont see how to tell it from a yellow fat tail or a deathstalker , this petstore already specied my geco wrong



04/26/12  02:26pm

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  Message To: MandibleHead   In reference to Message Id: 2264332


 Heres the scorp pic, desert hairy ? if so what type of dh is it ? and how do

It’s an Hadrurus arizonensis, i hope a Male.



04/26/12  08:51pm

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  Message To: Plits   In reference to Message Id: 2264387


 Heres the scorp pic, desert hairy ? if so what type of dh is it ? and how do

ok cool, now how did u ID it apart from other dh? a male eh , why r they funner? i tried to sex it but the fin things both were the same on each scorp, this one had a thicker tail then the other so i picked it



04/26/12  08:59pm

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  Message To: MandibleHead   In reference to Message Id: 2264392


 Heres the scorp pic, desert hairy ? if so what type of dh is it ? and how do

The 5em metasoma segment of the male are slender and more length then the female, pectins is more longer and tooth expensive in the male. If you cont the tooth and have more then 34 touth it’s a mâle.

Sorry for my bad english



04/28/12  01:33pm

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  Message To: MandibleHead   In reference to Message Id: 2263708


 Heres the scorp pic, desert hairy ? if so what type of dh is it ? and how do

Following is a list of species you referenced it looks like a H.spadix to me. Its cleary one of the Hadrusus though. you can see the black on the deathstalker. and the overall stucture differance on the fat tail
best of luck
justin

Deathstalker:




thicktail




desert hairy Hadrurus arizonensis:




desert hairy Hadrusus spadix



12/28/12  12:38am


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