Urodacus Manicatus- scorplings.
Rhino1

Urodacus Manicatus- scorplings.

This is the seventh female to give birth in recent weeks, one of 3 different species.
Going to have my hands full with all these, ugh so much for reducing numbers.
Whoa, congratulations! If Australia ever lets some invertebrates be exported for the pet trade, send some of those over here, that'll help reduce numbers ;)!

Thanks for sharing,

Arthroverts
 
These are hands down the best starter species. Really good mortality rate for scorplings too, had a clutch of 20 last year and only 1 died. Not to mention you can keep them both in and on just about any container/substrate imaginable and they don't fuss about it. Absolutely love the little things.

Out of curiosity, is this one the Thunderbolt's cave form? I notice my ones from there have the same pale coloured tails and translucent brown claws while others I've bought are straight black
 
No is that the Uralla area? All the males I have are almost completely yellowish, whilst the females are slightly darker, I have nothing even close to black mate.
There is no way I can rehome all these- it will take years, a little too successful this season haha. My feeder colonies all fall apart at this time of the year to complicate matters, I may start building a room under the house and get everything set up properly
I will post a male picture
 

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