Hadrurus arizonensis pallidus
Ztesch

Hadrurus arizonensis pallidus

My second scorpion. I have been looking for a desert hairy for awhile. Love this guy. Way more active then my Asian forest scorpion.
Does this species tolerate light any better than the asian forest scorpion? I've only ever seen videos with the asian where the second the video maker hits it with a light, *snap* gone into the burrow.
 
From what I have noticed they are definitley better dealing with light then my Forest Scorpsion. This is just what I have noticed so far. I put him next to my Brardies tank which is at a higher temp then most of the room. It oundstays around 75-80 degrees and he gets some of the light from the tank on the enclosure. It doesnt seem to bother him.
 

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