but see, before these other species, (for most people, i know there are people who started on other things that want their two cents in) there was not an interest in any of these other species. w/o the emp, there would not be as many hobbyists in this field as there is. that alone should reserve it a spot on the list.Don't get me wrong, I love emps. I keep hoping my female has babies. I think that scorpions in general are very exciting, and emps are a great first species to keep. However, when you've kept a variety of species, emps don't seem quite as exciting as they did at first.
those are some crazy looking scorpionsHi ,
sorry for my bad english, i am german :wall:
in my opinion all scorps are awesome,difficult and great athropods for privatstudying .
here are my Top 10 (extraordinary flavour,favourite colour red )
awesome,some rare,greatest, real poisonous ..................
1. Tityus bahiensis
2. Rhopalurus laticauda
3. Rhopalurus junceus
4. Zabius fuscus
5. Heterometrus swammerdammi
6. Tityus trinitatis
7. Centruroides hentzi
8. Lychas nigristernis
9. Hadogenes paucidens
but there are so much ...i can´t list all,i haven´t seen all, not all all are discovered .........
well, if that is the case, then everybody is going to have a different views on what exciting actually means. I'm sure someone else out there see's it like i do.guys, seems as if we mean all the same, Pandinus is the first beginner choice , only problem for me ,they are endangered species because of that.
but social,great,weak venoum ,untroubled............. much actractive points for a beginner, but thread was Top 10 exciting ,(for me same opinion like Iheart all scorps are exciting),but for my exciting rate ,things like
1.difficulty in care/breed,
3.rarity(rare makes it always a little bit more difficult )
are more important points.i also have gone after look,that is for me also a exciting point,if they are awesome,i can´t left my eyes from regarding