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moose35

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my l. muronocus had herself some little 1's. hard to count but i'm guessing mid 20's.

and some pics...sorry for the crappy pics


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Mark Newton

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Nice...second shot is a goodun. Do you use a lid with some holes punched in to create the necessary humidity?
 

moose35

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yea its got a lid on it. it has quite a few holes in it. probally too many. but i keep the water dish full at all times and her cage is right under the lighting(florescent) so there is usually some moisture in there.

i used to keep them more humid but i was losing my adults. so i dropped the humidity and they get 1 good rainstorm a week.


do those babies look ready to start venturing off mamma?
and its best to seperate them correct?


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EAD063

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Great to see Moose. Yes, seperate them when they are I2... you will see all the molted skin on the mothers back and a few slings running around. Great species too, those are pretty cool.

Just making sure you know scorpions are photophobic. I hope that flourcent light isn't too bright. But as long as it has a decent hide it should be all-right. (Looks like it's doing fine as it is anyways ;))

WTG again Moose, glad to see you on this side of the forums.

Ed
 
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