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Really nice :)
I can say from experience with 50++ of them that this is a exception. Imported them, and the offspring were as defensive as the wc's.
Have'nt used water dishes for any of my desert scorps for years, just a misting of a corner of the enclosure every 14 days to once a month. Once a...
Here's how i do it :)
Araneus diadematus, have them in Norway as well, cool spiders ;)
Here is some of mine :)
Mesobuthus caucasicus I3
When they're allowed to burrow most burrowing species are not as bad as rumoured. Usually they retreat back into the burrow if disturbed, moving...
That's a Araneidae(Orbweaver), not sure about the species though. Have a Araneus diadematus outside my frontdoor, really nice observing. Even fed...
Nice specimen :) You should change the bedding to sand.
Currently keeping mostly smaller species except for a couple of the biggest Parabuthus spp. My main interest have always been in Buthidae, but i...
Here's a description of the substrate i use for desert scorpions. Also i would have twice as much substrate as in the tank pictured.
NP. Thanks :) Working on more content so check it out once in a while ;)
I never used mesh in my tanks, if you do so make sure it's not possible for the scorps to get stuck in it. I also used perlite, the kind you use...
1. I would be carefull with cactus with big spines. They do live with them in the wild but there they are not confined to a space.
Check out this site. There's also a market in their swedish forum.
Like the others say, check out classifieds here or on other sites. These are usually captivebred which is always the best option, atleast with...
Here's my caresheet for P. imperator.
Haha, nice one Michiel :D And yes it's most likely poop :p
Nice pics :) Think I'll have to get some of these again....
Here is my caresheet for P. transvaalicus.