Grosphus grandidieri!

Stugy

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So I just got 3 Grosphus grandidieri from Kyle (roachcrossing), and they are adorable! I could barely get a picture of them because they were moving around so much (but I bet I won't be seeing them much once they get used to their new home). I am hoping I got a pair in there so I can breed these guys because they seem to be quite rare in the U.S. hobby :/. So here they are!:
Numero uno!: roachcrossing and other stuff 003.JPG
Numero dos!:
roachcrossing and other stuff 004.JPG
Numero tres!:
roachcrossing and other stuff 007.JPG
These little guys were moving so much and my lighting is so bad that these were the best pics I was able to get. They are all about 1 inch in length from the body. They remind me a lot of Centruroides gracilis which I never had (YET >:D).
 

Stugy

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Would love to get other people's experiences with this species. Any help is welcomed.
 

Pipa

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I wouldn't say they are rare , but not common either ... either way they are a fun species to work with!!!! And the company you bought them from is stellar as well!
 

Stugy

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lol Kyle kinda messed up my order xD he forgot some stuff
 

gromgrom

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Man i regret not getting some of these years ago when they were being produced frequently. 2014-2015 i think? William King used to produce a ton but he's been mia recently.

good luck with them man, i hope you end up with a pair!
 

Stugy

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Man i regret not getting some of these years ago when they were being produced frequently. 2014-2015 i think? William King used to produce a ton but he's been mia recently.

good luck with them man, i hope you end up with a pair!
These were actually produced by William King btw. I think Kyle still has two more as I remember him saying he had five and I already bought 3 of them.
 

Stugy

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Is there a way that I can tell what instar my scorpions are at?
 
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