Advertisement My H. Petersii just gave birth yesterday to a fair amount of babies. I went to check on her as usual, she was hiding but her tail was sticking out of her log and I saw this big white spot, i didn’t get a good look at what it was and I was about to remove it with my tongs, then I saw it at a different angle that it wasn’t just one white spot but multiple and I then noticed they all had little legs and tails. I wasn’t really expecting this at all, not sure what to do once they get off her. How long does it take for them to get off? Once they do and house them in a different enclosure, should I put all the babies in 1 enclosure or all in separate enclosures? Is there anything extra I should do, like feed her more or raise the humidity or temperature more? I bought her around April 21, when I bought her she looked fairly fat and was housed with another female and a male. I just assumed she was fat because they were all kind of fat, even the male had a bit of fat in him, just not as much as the females. Once I realized there was a male in there (I only realized it after about a week) I believed she may have been pregnant, but it’s been almost 2 months now and I kinda thought that wasn’t the case anymore since it’s been so long (I never really knew how long it takes for them to give birth, I just assumed it wasn’t that long) Once they are on their own, how much is a normal price for a scorpling? $5? Also, bit of an off topic question, but yesterday I also noticed 2 very small white bugs crawling on the wall of the enclosure. I couldn’t get a good pic because of how small it was and my phone’s camera couldn’t focus on it. It literally looked like a moving white dot, I couldn’t see any legs. Out of the times I’ve looked at her closeup, I never seen any thing on her near her joints or anything. Could this be a mite or some other kind of insect/arachnid? If it’s a mite or something that can harm/stress her out, how should I remove it?