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Great! I would love to see some pics!
Hi guys, this is a follow up to my other post. This is my female centruroides sculturatus. She is with a male but signs are very large increase in...
Well she's wild caught and thanks Michiel
I have a 7-8 instar centruroides sculptratus that is huge. She is becoming slow and i find it hard to see embryos because she is very tan on the...
Usually about 2 weekd
Hey all, my collection of c. Sculpturatus has increased to 24 specimens. I have acquired a gravid female and was wondering what are signs that the...
Thanks John, where should i look as in places in AZ? will they be under rocks or wandering around?
Hi, I know on AB we have several users that live in arizona. I was wanting to know where i could find a Hadrurus Arizonensis. I know they are out...
Yes it is!!!
yes they stop eating b4 a molt
try to contact GS. He'd be your best bet
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almost forgot. if ANY aggressive behavior is shown, try to separate them
then you made a great choice! post pics when they arrive
Lol!!!!!! sorry, i got nothing :(
DAAANNGG!!!!! i can see them being rare in korea though
Exactly. You don't want ANY dead ones :)
thanks. where did you find that one?
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Hi guys. Haven't been on in a while but i had a question. I live in phoenix arizona and have never seen a desert hairy scorpion before, do you...
Thanks Michiel. She finally emerged a couple days ago.
Ya same here. That is a good looking scorp though