I have a question about something i have never heard of before. A local pet store had a guy that came in asking for an albino emperor scorpion saying he has 2 at home. Do these exist? If so do inverts have "colors" like snakes. I dont actually believe that this exists but if I can be proven wrong then I'll be amazed. Please help me with this question. Also if this is not possible what scorp would look like an "albino emp"?
-Rob and Beth
The Chironex Fleckeri is the most venomous creature on the planet.
It is impossible for arachnids to be albino. I don't know what your friend has but it is not an albino.
Ok thanks for the answers guys. Do you know what is the size of an emp and white/yellow?
Large, bulky body & large pincers, white/yellow in color... sounds like a sweet scorp, if it exists
i havent seen them, would like to. I just heard about it from the pet store guy because my husband was helping him do his store order LOL. Maybe I'll contact the guy and see if I can get pictures. I'll post em then.
maybe he's referring to the dune scorpion?
it's as close to "albino" i've seen in scorps.
see a good pic at goldenphoenixexotica.com
There are different locales of scorpions which brings different colors or patterns sometimes, but I haven't heard of genetic morphs like with reptiles. That would be cool though, but I don't think they are out there.
Androctonus Australis, Bicolor & Crassicauda
Visit me at www.SobekSerpents.com
There are currently 1 users browsing this thread. (0 members and 1 guests)