- Dec 8, 2011
Many thanks my friend!These are indeed some of the most gorgeous scorpions shots I have seen. Thanks for taking the time to share. I also want to commend you on the substrate/enclosures. They look mint! Good to see people in the hobby that do things right! Nice job.
Two questions: What type of camera(s) are you using for the shots?
Where did you get the white sand in the enclosures? Love the texture.
I have tried a lot of sand and most were rather mediocre. My current sand, like the one on the pictures above, I buy in a hardware store for € 2.50 / 25kg.
I can easily mix this sand with clay and adjust the grave ability. The grain size of the sand is optimal.
I have also tried very fine white sand but it dust too much and is too powdery.
For my pics i take a simple Canon powershot a480 and two lamps :-D.
I hope so !Yea Very impressive pics, Makes me want to get into scorps when I get a bigger T room...
Parabuthus pallidus, ( with 2. Instar )
( with 1. Instar )
Centruoides fulvipes, ( Mexico )
Centruroides sp. pinotepa, ( Mexico - Pinotepa )