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Pop already!

Discussion in 'Scorpions' started by Scorpusvonpork, Jul 14, 2017.

  1. Scorpusvonpork

    Scorpusvonpork Arachnopeon

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    Look at this fat sack of fat. When do you think it'll pop? 20170714_172029.jpg 20170714_172048.jpg 20170714_172029.jpg
     
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  2. Scorpusvonpork

    Scorpusvonpork Arachnopeon

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    That's a walnut shell. They're still teeny.
     
  3. ArachnoDrew

    ArachnoDrew Arachnoprince Active Member

    Keep it warm. Pretty soon
     
  4. Scorpusvonpork

    Scorpusvonpork Arachnopeon

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    It's warm and wet like a bikers armpit.
     
  5. Venom1080

    Venom1080 Arachnoking Active Member

    Sold a trio of Heterometrus recently. Fun and easy to raise. Good luck with yours.
     
  6. Scorpusvonpork

    Scorpusvonpork Arachnopeon

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    These are P. Dictator.
     
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  7. darkness975

    darkness975 a Dream Within a Dream Arachnosupporter

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  8. Hopefully within a couple of weeks!
     
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  9. Scorpusvonpork

    Scorpusvonpork Arachnopeon

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    It seems to be nibbling still. It stole a cricket drumstick off its tank mate.
     
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  10. ArachnoDrew

    ArachnoDrew Arachnoprince Active Member

    When its ready to pop it will reject food and get sluggish
     
  11. Red Eunice

    Red Eunice Arachnolord Active Member

    Lmao!!
    I've been waiting over 9 months for a brood from a gravid H. paucidens.
    Yes, I know sometimes its excruciating to wait for a brood to pop.
    Patience! Patience! Patience!
     
  12. Scorpusvonpork

    Scorpusvonpork Arachnopeon

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    Arachnids don't care about our feeble human time frames. Like my old Chilean rosehair from many years ago, as it sat motionless like a piece of taxidermy for month after month... what is happening in that things vestigial brain during that time? It boggles me. Anyway the fat one is still acting spritely and rambunctious. Very quick too.
     
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  13. Scorpusvonpork

    Scorpusvonpork Arachnopeon

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    One molted on Saturday night ish. Very large next to sibling
     
  14. darkness975

    darkness975 a Dream Within a Dream Arachnosupporter

    I have a trio of young P. imperator

    One of them molted yesterday. The size difference is pretty surprising.