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    Default Here is some of my collection

    Here are some pics of what else I have. The first two pics I have are Aphonopelma Anax, Brachypelma Auratum, Texas Bark Scorpion. I also have a couple of rose hairs and a couple of Aphonopelma Moderatum.
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    And you actually hold those things! I remember a couple of years ago when I stll had my savannah monitor and I fed him a tarantula!
    Just alot of geckos...

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    So since I got into breeding geckos and I can't buy crickets here, I have to order them and they can't ship in this -45 *C weather... I'm worried about running out of food for my little guys so I decieded to breed...

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    Nice T's! I'm not familiar with those Aphonopelma species, I'll have to look them up. The rose are lovely, I've got one too. She just molted and has a gorgeous metallic pink carapace. Not for the faint of heart if you're the type to worry that your T isn't eating.

    I like your scorp as well. I have a Desert Hairy and a Babycurus gigas. There are a few more species I'm interested in, your Texas bark just made the list!

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    how poisonous are the texas bark scorps? Look like they would be sweet under a black-light.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Viking View Post
    how poisonous are the texas bark scorps? Look like they would be sweet under a black-light.
    They're about a 3/5. Very painful sting but only dangerous to children, the elderly etc. who can suffer neurological damage. Healthy adults will hurt for a couple of days but should be ok. There's a new serum available for stings now.

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