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i saw it. i like roaches and keeping them, however i definitely couldn't handle them being all over my house. i'm not sure about the species they were using, HOWEVER, there was one about scorpions and they were DEFINITELY using Desert Hairy (Hadrurus arizonensis) and calling them bark scorpions (Centruroides sculpturatus). It really bothered me, but I guess it's expected, the desert hairy's are way bigger and more menacing looking that the little bark scorpions. <_<

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i saw it. i like roaches and keeping them, however i definitely couldn't handle them being all over my house. i'm not sure about the species they were using, HOWEVER, there was one about scorpions and they were DEFINITELY using Desert Hairy (Hadrurus arizonensis) and calling them bark scorpions (Centruroides sculpturatus). It really bothered me, but I guess it's expected, the desert hairy's are way bigger and more menacing looking that the little bark scorpions. <_<

Yep I brought this up in both my post about this on here and over on arachnoboards, total bs if you ask me.

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