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    my San bernadino ringneck

    http://i27.photobucket.com/albums/c177/smokehound/CM150115-20522914.png

    Great snakes, but definitely not for beginners or people unfamiliar with this genus.


    The main reason they are not...
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    Scorpions.. they just get cooler and cooler.

    Scorpions.. they just get cooler and cooler.
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    I've never seen one with a constricted body like...

    I've never seen one with a constricted body like this o_O
  4. Selling for sale: native southwest USA inverts *CAN SHIP!*

    This time, I -CAN- ship! Shipping cost depends on the size of your order... You must pay shipping (cheap!), and payment must be in the form of a money order (I prefer a postal money order) No...
  5. "I warned you."

    "I warned you."
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    Tenebrionidae

    The various tenebrionid/tenebrionoid beetles i've collected..

    Eleodes osculans
    http://i27.photobucket.com/albums/c177/smokehound/IMG_20140318_145427.png
    Eleodes gracilis
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    Yes, in the wild, Asbolus will commonly seek...

    Yes, in the wild, Asbolus will commonly seek refuge in a hadrurus burrow. They will feed on the remains of prey and droppings inside the burrow, they're sometimes grabbed, but the scorpions suddenly...
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    Asbolus laevis- Smooth death feigning beetles! ...

    Asbolus laevis- Smooth death feigning beetles!

    http://i27.photobucket.com/albums/c177/smokehound/IMG_20140906_163331.png

    these can be housed with desert hairy and smeringerus, for some...
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    Yes, it was a night hunt. Many scorpions were...

    Yes, it was a night hunt. Many scorpions were running non-stop, very fast.

    Some of them had velvet mite nymphs on them.
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    Imperial Sand Dunes

    Went collecting with the AB member 'Pulk', to the imperial sand dunes, in search of rare/endemic species, I focused primarily on scorpions and Asbolus sp beetles.

    Smeringurus mesaensis were...
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    For handling (which i definitely dont recommend),...

    For handling (which i definitely dont recommend), Anuroctonus is probably the least likely to sting out of all scorpions, even moreso than pandinus! (males are sting-happy though)

    Could be...
  12. Thread: trading.

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    it's hard to find them for sale, or to sell them,...

    it's hard to find them for sale, or to sell them, because most people think they only live a single year, because they arent mygalomorphs, when in reality, they can live for 3+ years.
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    Looks like an Eris sp?

    Looks like an Eris sp?
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    http://i.imgur.com/wM3Kpns.jpg Supposed to...

    http://i.imgur.com/wM3Kpns.jpg

    Supposed to be an anthropomorphic stick-insect.

    http://i27.photobucket.com/albums/c177/smokehound/IMG_20140314_135039.png

    Charizard

    ...
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    Nah. I dream about other things. :D

    Nah. I dream about other things. :D
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    Lol good thing you dont have my short fuse and...

    Lol good thing you dont have my short fuse and sadistic personality.


    I woulda dedicated an entire year towards destroying him.
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    that is one hot anole

    that is one hot anole
  18. Sounds like they're scapegoating the spiders to...

    Sounds like they're scapegoating the spiders to cover up their own poor manufacturing.


    Yellow sac spiders just cant catch a break, can they? That article is bunk, because the hydrocarbons...
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    probably Cryphoeca sp.

    probably Cryphoeca sp.
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    Sticky: actually, it was a predatory reaction. She was...

    actually, it was a predatory reaction. She was heavily gravid at the time, and mistook my eye for prey.

    Gravid jumpers are notoriously fearless and voracious, often pretending to be receptive...
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    Moreso likely camouflage to resemble a flower.

    Moreso likely camouflage to resemble a flower.
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    Awww, man.. I was like: ...

    Awww, man.. I was like:

    http://images2.wikia.nocookie.net/__cb20120108193307/adventuretimewithfinnandjake/images/f/f7/Jake_sparkly_eyes.gif

    "She has pumas!!"


    then i was like:

    ...
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    Thanks for the replies :D Yeah, they're...

    Thanks for the replies :D


    Yeah, they're really neat animals. I love how they use those huge mandibles as a shovel. Feeding them can be pretty cool, every once in a while, i'll see them grab...
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    Stenopelmatus

    Enormous subterranean orthopterans of DOOM!


    The first species is the mahogany jerusalem cricket (unnamed species...)

    Unlike the other stenopelmatus species, these lack banding...
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    I give up, invasives arent my forté.. :(
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