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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.

Urodacus Manicatus- scorplings.
    • Arthroverts
      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
    • RezonantVoid
      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
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    • Rhino1
      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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    Date:
    May 10, 2019
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