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Can you mate a mother and her son ?

Discussion in 'Scorpions' started by Alex99, Dec 1, 2018.

  1. Alex99

    Alex99 Arachnosquire Active Member

    Is there any draw backs from mating a mother Imp. With her son?

    JAFUENTES Arachnodragon Arachnosupporter

    in breeding would mess up the genetic pool and lead to sickly individuals. Do not do it.
  3. NYAN

    NYAN Arachnoprince Active Member

    You can, but over time it would cause negative effects with genetics. Doing it once may not produce negative effects. I would shy away from it though.
  4. darkness975

    darkness975 the sun grows ever darker Arachnosupporter

    I can't figure out why this question keeps popping up; why so many people want to do this.

    Breeding related individuals of any animal species is not a good idea. Don't do it.
  5. Bob Lee

    Bob Lee Arachnoknight Active Member

    Can you and should you are two very different things...
    Personally I would not force any mother to have sex with their young
  6. LukeVendette

    LukeVendette Arachnopeon

    Look at the royal families of Europe after the renaissance and tell me.
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  7. Alex99

    Alex99 Arachnosquire Active Member

    The only Reason why I ask, I kept a scorpling from my Pandinus Emp brood and just incase it is a male and in the circumstance they do mate when I reintroduce them i was just wanting to know
  8. bulbophyllum

    bulbophyllum Arachnopeon

    I wouldn't worry about it in the least. Don't keep it up for many generations.