CTTO A. Tietz & Viktoriae
This scorpion belongs to the family of the Buthidae and genus of androctonus which their common name is derived from their distinctly fat metasoma, or tail, while the Latin name originates from Greek and means "man killer. Its belongs to the species of baluchicus. This species of scorpion can be found in the region of west Asia such as in the countries as Afghanistan and Pakistan.
The adult size for this species of scorpion is relatively smaller as compare to other species which is 50mm. This species of scorpion have carapace and tergites are usually reddish yellow to yellowish brown. Metasomal segments I to III are yellow and segment IV is yellowish with some darker areas. Metasomal segment V and telson vesicle is usually darker. Aculeus is reddish basally and becoming black towards the tip. Pedipalps are usually darker yellow, ochre yellow or dirty yellow with darker pigment on the internal surface of femur and patella and reddish pigment on dentate margin granular rows. Sternites are pale yellow. Legs are reddish yellow.
Note: Second photo is showing 2 males attempt mating instead of a pair.
Scorpions usually sell by instar, a developmental stage between each moult.
However for pricing convenience, this is a personal GENERAL guideline.
- Scorpling: i2 to i3
- Juvenile: i3 to i4
- Sub-adult: i4 to i5
- Adult: i5 and above
- Price above are website exclusive only.
- Dwarf / Tiny / Arboreal species are not entitled for LAG in sling and juvie stages.
- Fragile species are not entitled for LAG in all stages.
- Female in all sizes are charged double of listed price.
- All specimen availability is based on first come first-served, while stocks last basis.
- #OOS: Out of Stock
- #NFS: Not for Sale
- #PRE: Pre-Order
- Disclaimer: Photos are for identification and study purposes only.
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