Centturoides bicolor care confirmation.

Arachnomaniac19

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So I just picked one of these guys up. Going off of other species, I'm keeping this guy at 25-28c, as an arboreal species, and keeping the humidity high with medium ventilation (as in a few holes on each side). He's being kept warm by being next to my leopard gecko's heat lamp (I'm assuming this is fine). As for venom, I'm assuming that it isn't lethal, correct?

Any other tips would be appreciated!
 

WeightedAbyss75

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Sounds about perfect. Definitly are not lethal, but I believe are on the "hotter" side of scorps. It will hurt alot ;) Pretty sure care is exactly like C. gracilis and you've got the arbireal and humidity on point :D Any pics? Would love to see it :)
 

RTTB

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I'm very jealous. I would love to have a pair or 2. Congrats.
 

Kuwagata

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Has anybody ever bred these before? Are they rare? SO MANY QUESTIONS
 

RTTB

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They are uncommon to my knowledge. I haven't seen them offered but when I do I hope to get some.
 

brandontmyers

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I've kept them before. They are a tough species or at least were for me. They are very delicate and easily dehydrate. I wouldnt keep them too hot and make sure you have plenty of humidity.
 

pannaking22

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I believe I'd read they need a decent amount of space too, otherwise they stress out. Or was it the other way around? Still an uncommon species in the US.
 
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