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    wow that thing just looks freaky lol really COOL lol
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    That is really cool..it looks like it is from Starship Troopers.
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    Very cool! Didn't they eat those on fear factor once? Awesome pics and super cool bug (arachnid, correct?)
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    Nice pics! but I'm invert clueless??

    Do they liquefy the insides before ingestion, or do they eventually just eat the entire body?

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    Quote Originally Posted by untytled View Post
    Nice pics! but I'm invert clueless??

    Do they liquefy the insides before ingestion, or do they eventually just eat the entire body?
    They eat the en tire thing.

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    These are some great shots! I've always wanted to add these to my collection. Do you sell these, Jeremy?

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    Quote Originally Posted by AneesasMuse View Post
    These are some great shots! I've always wanted to add these to my collection. Do you sell these, Jeremy?
    In about a month i should have a female that pops.

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    When yours molt, do they display a kind of "teal" (greenish-blue) coloration in their fresh molt? I was researching some yesterday and I saw a pic of a freshly molted female (possibly D. variegatus, but not certain) that displayed an awesome "teal" color just after her molt. Is that common?

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    Quote Originally Posted by AneesasMuse View Post
    When yours molt, do they display a kind of "teal" (greenish-blue) coloration in their fresh molt? I was researching some yesterday and I saw a pic of a freshly molted female (possibly D. variegatus, but not certain) that displayed an awesome "teal" color just after her molt. Is that common?

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    Yes its very common with Scorps and other inverts.The lighter apperence is basically because the exo skeleton has not re hardened.

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