I can only give you a bit of info based on my experience with this species.
Size is 2-3cm
They are parthenogenic (they give birth without mating). I don't see any sexual dimorphism.
From 2I to adult takes an average of 9 months.
-Juveniles can be fed pinhead crickets, but I'm very successful with termites as their staple diet.
-They can be kept in a communal set-up. I mix adults and juveniles without any serious problems. Cannibalistic behavior occurs when there is no food given for an extended period ex. 1 month.
-Substrate can be moist topsoil or coco fiber, or peat moss. Provide plenty of hides. Pieces of bark and driftwood is ideal.
-Temp range from 24-33C with RH 60-90%. They are very hardy and will tolerate these conditions.
-L. australasiae is one of the most common scorpions here in the Philippines. I found them in almost all primary and secondary rainforests that I have been too, mostly in Luzon island. They can be found in almost the entire archipelago. They are also found in my garden.
-I've collected them in areas near a stream. 90% of the time they can be found in rotting tree trunks. Just peel of the bark.
Not the best picture, but the only one I have available.