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Thanks, that is what I was thinking too. I guess I will give it a go and put them together in a few weeks time.
What do you think, is the female below adult or not? I have an adult male and he is smaller, I am just not sure if she is mature... The...
They are not too bad, the Grosphus is a bit more aggressive. I would never handle them though. :)
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Haven't posted for a very long time.
Got a few interesting scorps:
1.0 Grosphus flavopiceus
Very interesting. The multiple smaller clutches theory make sense.
Maybe the pedelings will stay with mom until they become hungry. There must be...
What do you think Turgut, how many babies she had? Looks like a big batch..
Haha, yep real boring stuff... :D
A big congrats to you guys! :D Nice to see cb hardwickeis. ;)
As I remember Sc. dalmatica is black too, however It is a small species. ;)
Congrats Szappan! I am glad I could help! ;) A real beauty, maybe I will buy one for myself. :D
Is this a joke? Tell me It is...
Over 30.000 views should be enough for a sticky! :rolleyes:
Welcome back!! Those pics are cool as usual! ;) Actually I got my first pedes from you. :rolleyes:
Just some additional info, It might help.
The guy who I bought my validas from was selling Chalcides sexlineatus (Canary island...
I found them (approx 10 individuals) in Crete, not far from Rethymno. The weather was perfect with drizzling rain.
I would say...
Just to add some more species here (origin Tenerife).
My late Sc. valida:
Habitat where I...
Sorry to hear that. :( Hope you will be luckier next time! BTW what would you like to change in the new mating enclosure? More...
Awesome post Steven. This gigantea-robusta-galapagoensis thing was always a big mess for me, now I am starting to understand It. ;)
It's been a long time...
Nice to see you back in the hobby. Great collection, keep the pictures coming. ;)
No wonder... who dont like chicken pesto. :p
Use the search function, many many topics on hardwickei....I am too lazy to search...