Advertisement I know I read that AFS can be kept communal but some owners have mixed feelings about this. I have two Scorpling AFS in the same enclosure both with their own hides. When I introduced both of them to the enclosure each one ran to separate hides and the following day I observed both in the same hide excavating under the cork bark. One scorpling is now on guard duty at the mouth of entrance just under the cork bark blocking and anytime I observe their activities I’m met with a charging scorpling while the other one continues to dig and tidy up the hide. When they aren’t digging and guarding they are right next to each other. No aggression to one another yet but will that end as they get older? Is this normal behavior for AF scorplings to work together and not bicker? Do AFS retain this cohabitation into adulthood or is it inevitable that they will eventually need to be separated to avoid infighting? They are so interesting to watch working together and I’d hate to separate them now.