Advertisement So I recently got stung.. By the scorpion bug.. Ya I know cheesy as hell. Anyways... I recently recieved one of these in a trade and there is a decent amount of conflicting information out there..Including whether they are even a valid species or just H.hottentotta. What I know is that they are terrestrial and should be kept primarily arid.. I understand they are potent and fast when they want to be. I hear they have a huge range throughout India, Africa,( the middle east)? and even Cape Verde. I hear they do enjoy a little humidity though? So any tips on substrate moisture levels, I. E..bone dry, slightly moistened and then allowed to dry completely over time or allways slightly moist? What about ventilation.. Do I want them in enclosires that allow for alot of ventilation or do I want them in enclosures that would allow a bit of humidity to be maintained. Should I provide a water dish if this is a species that actually prefers very arid conditions? What substrate is most suitable for this species? I will be setting it up in a small acrylic cube and would like to provide naturalistic decor. Lastly I hear they are parthenogenetic is this accurate? If not how do I sex them? If you could post pictures of your set ups for this species that would be awesome..Sorry for all the noob questions. I did research them but the article I felt that was most accurate ( allthough dreadfully vague) was in German and the translation was rough..