Euscorpius tergestinus gestation?

ScorpDude

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Anybody know what this is? Its not long since I bred her but I can already see embryos :D
 

Mark Newton

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Anybody know what this is? Its not long since I bred her but I can already see embryos :D
Looks like you'll be the first to find out. Keeps notes on temp, humidity and feeding for the duration. Good luck.
 

ScorpDude

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Looking back at my records I bred them together more or less exactly 6months ago. I'm seeing embryos now, I guess that means she's reasonably close doesn't it?

I'm suprised I can see them already actually, I was expecting a well over 12month gestation.

I'll keep you all informed :D
 

Nikos

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Usualy E. italicus breed late summer and give birth sometime early summer or late spring.
This is the best timing in terms of available food for the offspring.

Could be the same case for tergestinus too.
 
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