L. australasiae

emmille

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Just want to share the mom with the kids!!!


...its so amazing how small it is about 1inch only but can still give birth to a much more tiny scorplings!!!!
 
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Brian S

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Time to hunt some termites LOL. From what I hear that is the best thing to feed those when 2nd instar.
 

emmille

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thanks

really? :? my pinheads are not anymore pins. {D & we don't have any termite mounds around!!! i'll just try baby mealworms. hope they'll take it!!!! {D
 

Alakdan

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You can pre-kill the crickets cut t to pieces and leave them in the enclosure. Remove the next day.

I raised my australasiae slings without separating them from their mom. All are doing well.
 

emmille

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hey

yeah, i find that traits before with my spinifer, mom killing prey then the babies getting small portions of pre killed prey! when should i do that? after what instar?

i'm just amazed by this scorpion because it doesn't need to have a partner to give birth. i'm just wondering if there is a separate sex for this scorp like separate male & female..:? :? :?
 

Nazgul

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Hi,

males do exist in this sp but are very rare.
 

emmille

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cool

having a male would be much better for them to adapt to environment changes, right? anyway, thanks for the info!!!
 
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