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#1 Brian Sherrill

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Inviato 31 ottobre 2007 - 21:03

While I am writing this I am observing a new female Parabuthus transvaalicus getting bred. The female was produced by Giorgio about 2 1/2 years ago. Anyone ever hear of Giorgio :lol:? Anyway I have raised her from 2nd instar and she matured recently. The male is my old stud that gets all the girls for now LOL. I am hoping to add a new gene to my pool of these great scorpions. These are truly great scorpions to work with. They seem to be about the easiest of the desert species to breed or at least in my experience they are.

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#2 giordi

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Inviato 31 ottobre 2007 - 21:11

Good job! :lol:
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#3 Ste

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Inviato 01 novembre 2007 - 06:41

Hi Brian,

welcome to this forum.
Nice pictures, i wish you good luck with this breeding.

Ste

#4 Brian Sherrill

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Inviato 01 novembre 2007 - 15:36

Hi Ste,
I have bred this species 4 times so far. It is an easy species to breed in my experience.

Thanks for the welcome.

Happy some of you know English :lol:

Cheers,

B

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Inviato 01 novembre 2007 - 17:04

Hi Brian!

...and what about your italian? :lol:

Do you keep scorpions only or spiders too?

Ste

#6 Brian Sherrill

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Inviato 01 novembre 2007 - 19:24

Hi,
My Italian speaking ability does not exist :wub:

My wife is from Peru so I am learning to speak some in Espanol.

I keep scorpions, tarantulas and vinegaroons but scorpions are my real passion. I currently keep over 300 scorpions of about 25-30 species.

You all probably prefer tarantulas so here are a few of the Ts that I keep

Pamphobeteus nigricolor (mating pair)
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Megaphobema mesomelas
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Xenesthis immanis
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#7 Brian Sherrill

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Inviato 01 novembre 2007 - 19:28

Psalmopoeus pulcher
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Poecilotheria striata
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Tap gigas
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Brachypelma emilia
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Pamphobeteus sp "Platyomma"
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Pamphobeteus sp 2 (Ecuador)
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#8 hogna radiata

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Inviato 01 novembre 2007 - 19:47

You're very good Brian, compliment. Oltre 300 scorpioni e ragni, impareggiabile anche per zalix.
Senti le idee di tutti, ma pensa a modo tuo

#9 giordi

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Inviato 01 novembre 2007 - 20:13

They are ALL beautyful. The male of Pamphobeteus nigricolor is wonderful :wub:
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#10 Ste

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Inviato 01 novembre 2007 - 21:18

Hi Brian,

congratulations for your spiders, really beautiful.
My preferred genus is Xenesthis, do you keep only X.immanis?

I know very well Todd Gearheart, do you know him by person?
I met him once in England some years ago.

Ciao,

Ste

P.S. so your wife is from Peru, nice, are you planning some collecting trip there? :rolleyes:

#11 Brian Sherrill

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Inviato 01 novembre 2007 - 21:47

Hi Ste,

Hi Brian,

congratulations for your spiders, really beautiful.
My preferred genus is Xenesthis, do you keep only X.immanis?

I also prefer Xenesthis, Megaphobema, and Pamphobeteus. I also keep X intermedia which is a lovely species as well. I prefer the big "itchy" spiders from

I know very well Todd Gearheart, do you know him by person?
I met him once in England some years ago.

I only know him online. I have never bought from him though.

P.S. so your wife is from Peru, nice, are you planning some collecting trip there? :rolleyes:

I have been to Peru 8 times so far and have made a few trips in the field. Here are some photos I took last year while I was there.
http://venomlist.com...showtopic=13430

#12 Matteus

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Inviato 02 novembre 2007 - 13:59

Hi Brian!
Welcome in this community!

Very nice pictures, and very nice animals!

You are in fall when you say "you probably all prefer tarantulas..." :-)

I'm a scorpions keeper... I will send you a PM for some questions about some species that you probably know much more than me...

Non tutti gli angeli hanno le ali; qualcuno ha le stampelle.


#13 tarantonio

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Inviato 02 novembre 2007 - 15:18

Hi Brian
Congratulations for your spiders (i prefer the last ones)

your Pamphobeteus sp. 2 Ecuador is more similar to my female that was sale to me as Pamphobeteus sp. Machala

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as you i have 2 female of Pamphobeteus sp. Platyomma that seems to me 2 species

this is the pics:

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is it possible that are the same species but with different localities? or 2 different form?

do you know some thing more about the sp. ecuador - Machala and sp Platyomma.
Thanks for all
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#14 aracnojak

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Inviato 02 novembre 2007 - 18:24

wellcome to this forum Brian and congratulations again for your animals.wonderful :wub: send us all the pictures you have :blink: !!ciao
NO ALLA TESSERA DEL TIFOSO !!

"una volta che hai beccato un paio di pugni e ti rendi conto che non sei di vetro,non ti senti vivo finchè non ti spingi fino al tuo limite".HoOLiGaNs.

#15 Brian Sherrill

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Inviato 02 novembre 2007 - 22:05

Hi Brian!
Welcome in this community!

Very nice pictures, and very nice animals!

You are in fall when you say "you probably all prefer tarantulas..." :-)

I'm a scorpions keeper... I will send you a PM for some questions about some species that you probably know much more than me...

Nice to meet you Matteo!! :blink:


Hi Brian
Congratulations for your spiders (i prefer the last ones)

your Pamphobeteus sp. 2 Ecuador is more similar to my female that was sale to me as Pamphobeteus sp. Machala

this is a pic:

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as you i have 2 female of Pamphobeteus sp. Platyomma that seems to me 2 species

this is the pics:

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is it possible that are the same species but with different localities? or 2 different form?

do you know some thing more about the sp. ecuador - Machala and sp Platyomma.
Thanks for all
Best regards

Hi, As you probably already know, Pamphobeteus is a very problematic genus that is probably in need of revision. I have often wondered if the "Ecuador" sp is actually a P nigricolor but since I am not a taxonomist I cant say that with much certainty.


wellcome to this forum Brian and congratulations again for your animals.wonderfull :wub: send us all the pictures you have :huh: !!ciao

Thank you and thank you to everyone else. It is nice to meet you all :o




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