Advertisement I purchased a giant desert hairy last week. She was beautiful big and fat fat fat!! I noticed the enclosure they sold her in. ( Pretty much around Tupperware) was very very moist to the point of condensation on the walls... I thought that was incorrect but I wasn't the professional.. and simply decided when I got home I would put her in an enclosure with a much drier substrate... I started looking at her and I was fairly sure that a few of her feet and the joints on her legs on a few places were not her normal coloring ( too dark, actually black) and feared mycosis... I snap some photos and took them to the place I bought her... They agreed that it was mycosis... And offered me another scorpion per their warranty... I convinced them to let me keep her ( as I was kind of attached at this point, and wanted to give her a good rest of her life even if it's a short one) I don't know if they let me keep her because they saw I truly wanted her to have a good life or because I promised to buy a new enclosure and several other things lol... ( I'd like to think it's cuz they knew I wanted to give her a good home) I came back the next day and they had a new female for me ( I also noticed they corrected the over humidified enclosures of The Other Desert hairys) ... Anyway I'm babbling at this point, I have a new scorpion but I still have her... She's very fat and I'm assuming she's going to molt Soon... I've heard conflicting things... The one thing everyone agrees on is there is no treatment... however I have heard that some scorpions will molt.. and no longer have issues, as long as the mositure problem is corrected.... Is there any truth in this? I was given an Arizona bark with mycosis.. but I think she might be full grown, and not have a molt left... I have tried putting diluted antifungal cream on her... But stopped as the stress of treating her was very apparent, and I doubted it was going to help anyway... I guess what I'm asking is if anyone has had a scorpion with mycosis, molt, and come out cured??? I really care for this big girl... I know as long as I keep her dry, and it doesn't spread to the book lungs, she can live a while... But... I'd like to cure her... Though I am 99.9percent positive there is no cure.