Palamnaeus fulvipes is a giant forest scorpions, is a genus of scorpion belonging to the family Scorpionidae. It is distributed widely across tropical and subtropical southeastern Asia, including Cambodia, Laos, Thailand, Vietnam, as well as Malaysia.
Coloration is dark in most species, often uniformly brown or black, sometimes with a greenish shine; with brighter-colored telson, walking legs and/or pedipalp pincers in some species. The scorpions are heavily built with especially powerful and globose pedipalp pionkes, broad mesosomal tergites and a proportionally slender and thin metasoma. The telson is proportionally small and the stinger often shorter than the vesicle.
Members of Palamnaeus are generally large-sized scorpions (100-200 mm total length).
Species: Palamnaeus fulvipes
Frame: 5” x 7” with Glass
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|Dimensions||18.5 × 18.5 × 3.5 cm|