Advertisement Hi there, I have yet to find an answer to this question so I thought I'd post here. I got this scorpion on March 10th and was told it was likely a female. She lives in a 5 gallon enclosure that ranges 75-85 degrees throughout the day with the humidity staying at 80% with a light daily misting. We use LED lighting occasionally for viewing her in the day time and blue lighting at night. There are two live plants, a cave for her to hide in and a shallow water dish with filtered water in her enclosure. She usually ends up hiding in the plants or laying out in the open if the lights are out. The substrate is coco husk with a bit of moss. The substrate ranges from 3-5 inches deep because of the plants but I haven't seen her try to burrow. I'm assuming she has eaten 3 crickets in the first three days and three more a few days ago since there has been no signs of them since and no bodies or parts found. She seemed to be otherwise healthy until about 3 days ago.. I had found her laying on her back in the middle of her enclosure she moved her legs a little when I opened the enclosure but was motionless afterwards. I had flipped her back onto her feet thinking maybe she had fallen off her cave or something and she seemed fine. The same thing happened yesterday morning, but she had stayed a little bit active walking around and climbing up onto the backing of the enclosure behind a plant. I figured she was fine but this morning I found her again on her back. I haven't touched her today thinking maybe it might be behavior I'm new to since she is my first scorpion. I can't pinpoint what would be causing her to do this other than maybe seeing her climb up and hang upside down from the screen two times before she started laying on her back. She doesn't show signs of having anything hurting her like mites or a fungus or something. What could possibly cause her to do this? Thanks for any help in advance!