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RezonantVoid

Urodacus Novaehollandiae

Not a fun name to pronounce. Normally it just plays dead when you lift the lid but last night it was a little bit energetic

Urodacus Novaehollandiae
RezonantVoid, Aug 15, 2019
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    • Rhino1
      These guys are an awesome scorp, I have a few and not sure when to introduce males to females, probs going to try both spring and autumn.
      What do you think @RezonantVoid
    • RezonantVoid
      @Rhino1 yea I think spring to late summer/early autumn is general Urodacid breeding time, should work fine.

      I've tried pairing these before and there was so much aggression shown each time I always had to seperate them with tweezers
    • Rhino1
      The bloke I get them from apparently gets a few females with broken claws he says it's from when they breed so I could imagine in might be a bit rough. As soon as I can catch a male out of its burrow I will start introducing them
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