Hadrurus arizonesis hiding?

agodoy44

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I just got my desert hairy scorpion a week ago and on the first evening I had the scorpion, I tried to feed it a meal worm and it went back in its burrow an sealed it off. It’s been sitting in the same spot for almost a week now should I be concerned?
 

ArachnoDrew

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Nope... desert hairys are basically part holes. They're obligated burrowers and spend 90% of the time hiding in burrow
 

darkness975

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I just got my desert hairy scorpion a week ago and on the first evening I had the scorpion, I tried to feed it a meal worm and it went back in its burrow an sealed it off. It’s been sitting in the same spot for almost a week now should I be concerned?
No.

It might still be in diapause for the winter.
They should be. Mine are.
 
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