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Discussion in 'Scorpions' started by Scorpionluva, Oct 6, 2017.
So who won
Im in the middle of getting all the babies into deli's as we speak. Theres already 24 out of mama's care and on their own but.........
Theres still a BUNCH left to go !!!!!!
Eric won. He has over 100 2nd instar H.junceus right now!! His girls hooked him up...
Wow, what a clutch!
Oh man. I was way off! haha. I thought I had it down.
AND THE WINNER IS........... Me of course as @drapion said lol
Final count is 59 and thats a new record for me
@ArachnoDrew was the closest so ill award him the freebie
Shit balls man thats a massive brood. When you said you thought there was 60 i thought no F...ing way. But you were right. Wow
congrats to the winner,
but oh my god that is a large brood. Feeding all the little bbies must be fun ahaha
Yes it is fun indeed especially with another brood almost as big ready to be separated also !
Haha, Wow! Incredible brood. Is that a new record for you?
Yes this is my biggest brood of H junceus so far and she's also the same female that had my biggest brood prior to this 1
Well I've definitely gotta get some of her babies then, she's obviously a super-scorpion! How much longer until you list them for sale?
Oh dear :'D
100+ little babies. I cannot wait until I get to experience that with scorpions, only experienced it with mantids.
I will list them for sale once the other brood has been separated and all the babies have eaten atleast twice.
Theyll be sold as breeding groups since they are from different bloodlines.
I would love to try mantids again. Ive hatched a few found nearby and once they were fed a few times i released them outside. Hardly see them around anymore but it was a great feeling when i seen alot around the year i released them
I usually hatch chinese mantids for release, but I try to get them to at least L2 before doing so.
I plan on raising some idolmantis during the summer/spring, the climate here matches the conditions they usually have.
I want to try my hand at some scorpions though, since I haven't seen many non-native species here.
Tenodera sinensis is technically a non native species in the U.S. It is ironic (but not surprising) that around here I see far more of them than any other species.
I have raised countless broods of Tenodera sinensis, Hierodula spp., Sphodromantis spp., etc. so feel free to let me know if y'all want any tips on their care.
That is one massive brood of baby Scorpions you have there @Scorpionluva