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Spider-hunting scorpion (Isometroides vescus) ‘yellow’ Northern mallee/mulga form
Rare and reactive scorpions from the desert
Isometroides vescus is a species of Buthid scorpion found on the western side of Australia in arid regions where they shelter in overtaken spider burrows or in leaf litter, emerging at night to hunt spider and ocassionaly things like moths and cockroaches. In captivity they do perfectly fine with more common fare such as woodies and crickets. This is a fairly large, light form found north of Adelaide in mulga and mallee habitat.
We now have our adult breeding stock and can sell the juvenile’s not needed for breeding.
Isometroides have slightly more potent venom than other Australian scorps and are quite reactive, take caution.
Currently eating x-small crickets
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