- May 22, 2017
Hi I seen really great comments on here and am happy to be apart of the community. So the question: I have 9 Asian forest scorpions adults that I bought about 7months ago. (Originally 10 but one died after a week) they are all housed together in a 20 gallon long aquarium. They get along fine. I have the humidity at about a constant 60-80% and the heat at 75-85 degrees. I breed dubia roaches as this is there diet( I first was feeding them adult mice and crickets, then meal worms, now just the adult roaches.)My original ratio was 6 females 4 males. I have researched and have a hard time telling the sex of them and two look really swollen as I'm hoping they are pregnant. I know they take a long time up to 9 months or more to have scorpionlings but I can't tell whose a male/Female and if they are pregnant or not. Any help/or advise is greatly appreciated.