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Discussion in 'Scorpions' started by psychofox, May 29, 2009.
beautiful scorpions and pictures as always.
nice collection there, it only made me drool :drool:
i envy your collection
by the way, how often do you feed your scorpions?
i really have feeding problems on my scorpions, sometimes they dont want to eat what i give them especially b.dubias
i'll put this in my #1 want to get list!
Very nice collection and photos :clap:
migzvalenciano: I feed once a week. All the scorpions don't eat every time, but normally they do. Dubias can be tricky to feed with because they move very little, and thus the scorpions have trouble finding them. But once they move, my scorpions eat them just as well as any other feeding item.
A new picture:
Uroplectes chubbi with a small brood. Gestation period about 4 months.
beautiful Uroplectes chubbi .
those are one of the most beautiful scorpions in my opinion.
its like jerwels!
wow, I agree. And 4 month gestation? awesome
Some new pictures:
0.1 Parabuthus villosus orange, gravid.
0.1 Parabuthus villosus typical, 4th instar.
1.0 Parabuthus villosus typical, freshly molted to adult.
0.0.1 Parabuthus planicauda, 4th instar.
0.1 Parabuthus planicauda, subadult (5th instar).
0.1 Parabuthus schlechteri, 3rd instar.
0.1 Uroplectes chubbi, gravid.
1.0 Uroplectes pilosus, a few weeks after a molt.
And finally some specimens from my Rhopalurus junceus group.
wow you have some awesome scorpions. nice pics too
Again nice photos and scorpions :worship:
Very nice collection. I love seeing species I cann't get easily in the US.
love the C. chiapanensis. where did you get it? very cool..:clap:
A couple of new pics. Poor pictures, but the event was special so I thought I'd share anyway.
Parabuthus raudus light morph mating:
The mating was very quick, and that's part of the reason the pics got so bad. But I'm very happy with the mating, and hopefully the female will give birth in not too distant future.
beautiful...Uroplectes chubbi. i want one!!:drool:
WHOA!!! Awesome collection you have there!!! :clap::clap::clap:
How many different species of scorpions do you have???
Thanks for the compliments.
I keep around 50 scorpion species at the moment.
what is the temp you keep them at? also, did you ever owned Mesobuthus martensii? I want to know the gestation period of these and their natural cycling....
I'm happy you are posting, excellent pictures and very nice collection! :worship:
I keep growing specimens and gravid females of most species at 30-32 degrees Celsius in the daytime, with a little drop at night. Adult males are kept a bit colder.
I've never owned M. martensii, so I can't say anything about them.
Thank you for the pics, I didn't realize the color variance in Villosus. That and I love the Uroplectes. Thank you. :worship:
Awsome collection...:worship::worship::worship:...Im so envious of you man...especially your parabuthus collection, they're pretty neat...do you have a wife or something? are they not mad or irritated at your big collection?well, just asking...