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I think this is how it was going with Pandinus imperator. They used be as low as sixteen dollars, but now someone has them for 70. The sellers are...
Normal behavior. They need to settle in. So common.
This happened recently to my younger female, Sehoy:
She is now a 7th instar female. I love Centruroides gracilis.
They are not dangerous.
Maybe this can help?
It's really up to you. The venom is similar to that of bees, but it is not the same. He could be, and he could not be. If he does get one, just...
Also, don't be surprised or angry if she eats the brood. Most likely she ate a few already and stressing her out will cause her to eat them.
If you keep them in the dry enclosure, put a water bowl in there so the mites come off and/or drown. Keep them like that for at least a week.
It depends on what type of scorpion you are going to...
I wash the pill bottles well before I use them.
Try to translate it. I know there are many online translators, and Google Chrome does it automatically.
Scorpions can be kept in deli cups of many different sizes depending on their habits. I have four scorpions currently in delis. Two tall ones and...
Try doing some Google...
I wouldn't keep them together because the larger will kill the smaller. Also, try to get an adult as they can live a long time but scorplings...
I think this is more of a Liocheles sp.
Edit: Just looked at some photos on The Scorpion Files, and it really looks like Hormurus waigiensis.
I would fill it with 15 inches of sand, because they don't climb much, and don't need 12 inches of open air. Also, they are avid burrowers and...
They are usually scientific papers written by scientists who study them.
Maybe I'm just unlucky then.
Most likely Pandinus imperator, but it's possible it's not. I agree about never seeing a good ID key for this genus.
In my experience, Pandinus imperator don't like roaches very much, but like crickets.