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Hottentotta saulcyi (28)
rousettus Gold Star Critiquer/Gold Star Workshop Editor/Gold Note Writer [C: 2216 W: 73 N: 5657] (19818)
Hottentotta saulcyi is a dangerous scorpion species. It ranges in Southeastern Turkiye, Irak and Iran. In Turkiye, it has been recorded from only Mardin Province and its district. This scorpion widely occurs in Irak relatively.
The scorpion can be identified by blackish last segments of metasoma or tails.
You can see a drop of venom on its stinger.
The photo was taken in nature after moving stone which it used as a shelter.

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rousettus Gold Star Critiquer/Gold Star Workshop Editor/Gold Note Writer [C: 2216 W: 73 N: 5657] (19818)
PS CS2
Edited by:JPlumb Gold Star Critiquer/Gold Star Workshop Editor/Gold Note Writer [C: 618 W: 158 N: 896] (2904)

Hi Ahmet, in this workshop I have adjusted the contrast slightly with curves (standard s-curve). I then added an overlay layer and with a 5% opacity brush, painted the corners and edges with white to reduce the darkness in these areas (to make the pit stand out). Finally I oversharpened, then using a mask layer selected sharpening in those areas that I wanted to stand out (mostly on the scorpion itself). I hope this all meets with your approval. I have removed the copy from my terminal.

Regards, John