Heterometrus swammerdami, H. fulvipes pics

C_Strike

Arachnobaron
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Well, had these guys a wee while, theyr awesome and feisty, the fulvipes are much more hot headed. I couldnt find any info on them, i thought i would see if 2 H fulvipes would live communal, i had 5 of them. Unfortnately it just ended up with one fat bugger scorp, lol

Really aint gonna chance it with the swammies though.

2 of both my swammies





My H. fulvipes were mis-Id'd as H swammerdami.



 

Michiel

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Couldn't you find any smaller containers? Man, these animals can bearly turn there behinds in there....:?
 

beetleman

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nice fulvipes:clap: i have 1 aswell awesome scorp, swammies rule too,luv to get 1 of those!
 

BadBikaDamo

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I can't believe the tubs you keep them in. They do like to forage you know?
 

C_Strike

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maybe thisl get ya thinking...
i just bought them, thats the tubs i got them in, the photos are from when i got them;)
the fulvipes are in assorted containers, 1 swammies in a tupperware container, the other a 20gal viv.
tbh, they look more cramped in the photos than they actually were.
Less of the sarcastic comments plz, dont bite til you can chew.
 

Aztek

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Yeah everyone on here always seems to assume the animals are kept in the container they are pictured in.
 

Mr. Mordax

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That's why I complimented the eelxclent collection of scorps, and ignored the containers they were in. Now if it were an emp on bark chips already in a 10-gallon . . . ;)
 
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