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ID help: did I just find H. arizonensis?

Discussion in 'Scorpions' started by many many legs, Jul 4, 2019.

  1. brandontmyers

    brandontmyers Arachnoangel Old Timer

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    You *may* be able to get away with keeping a pair together. However, Paruroctonus are very aggressive towards each other. I have kept P. boreus together for a few months and the female always ends up eating the male.
     
  2. squidkid

    squidkid Arachnoknight

    p. silvestrii is communal
     
  3. khil

    khil Arachnobaron

    Is it really?
     
  4. Mordax8393

    Mordax8393 Arachnoknight

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    I don't recommend keeping paruroctonus communally
     
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  5. many many legs

    many many legs Arachnosquire

    On Scorpion Forum, says they are communal if enough food is provided, which seems to be the case with most communal scorps: http://scorpionforum.darkbb.com/t493-p-silvestrii-caresheet
    However, this one I have does seem to be way more skittish and reclusive than my Baja Bark Scorpions. I have 7 in one enclosure and they just walk all over each other like hamsters. So I could see why p. silvestrii's temperament might make for a risky communal situation. Might be worth a try, I keep the enclosures by my work desk and would try to break up a fight.
     
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