- May 17, 2008
My B.gigas has more babies for the 3rd time this year:clap::clap:
Not that they eat the young the young cannibalize each other as adults they do well together.And they are rather rarer than jacksoni.i love my jacksoni but i would trade them away in a second for some gigas!
I just wanna know why they keep at the 18-25$ each range. i once read that they frequently eat/abandon their young. Dont know how much truth there is to that
After mom has them on her back I only move her when I have to (feed her 1crix every week). Then leave her alone!!! My pair may be the exception but I do well at breeding. Mainly I do T's but have good luck with most of my scorpions. With the exception of Hadrurus arizonensis (she eats them every time):wall:Of course blind faith is rubbish and I can only speak of my own experience and that is that they eat broods frequently and are easily disturbed. This might have nothing to do with their price. Like pressurecooker says, they are somewhat more rare.
It is only logical that because of the experiences of a few, all people would have the same problem. Of course this is not true.