looking for a new pet

theWayden

Arachnopeon
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Mar 7, 2011
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Hey guys im new to the forums and im looking for a good starter species of scorpions. Something fairly easy to care for and is somewhat smaller then the emperors. Is there a species similar to flat rock scorpions but smaller? I really like the look of the flat rocks and would prefer to get something similar, any ideas?
 

GS

Arachnoknight
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Dec 28, 2010
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Hi there,
hmnn how about Liocheles Waigiensis?


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scorpionmom

Arachnobaron
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Yeah, I'd also say Liocheles Waigiensis. I have heard they are also parthenogenetic. Good luck!;)
 

compnerd7

Arachnobaron
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Yeah, I'd also say Liocheles Waigiensis. I have heard they are also parthenogenetic. Good luck!;)
That is a good suggestion. I personally would suggest vaejovis spinigerus, that was my first 4 scorps ( kept em together ) lots of fun to watch, small and easy to take care but most of all extremely active.
 

GS

Arachnoknight
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Yeah, I'd also say Liocheles Waigiensis. I have heard they are also parthenogenetic. Good luck!;)
Don't think they are parthenogenetic like Liocheles australasiae, but it'll be cool thou :)
 

theWayden

Arachnopeon
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yea those look pretty sick! ill have to look into those guys more. thanks for all your replies!
 

theWayden

Arachnopeon
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so ive been looking around different websites and i cant really find many that sell this particular species... does anyone have any recommended breeders of this species?
 

scorpionmom

Arachnobaron
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so ive been looking around different websites and i cant really find many that sell this particular species... does anyone have any recommended breeders of this species?
Really?:rolleyes:;):D I don't know of any. I know it's annoying but the best thing you can do is be patient and keep your eyes on the Classifieds section.
Good luck!;)
 

AzJohn

Arachnoking
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kbekker sales the closely related Liocheles australasiae. They are parthenogenic. I haven't seen an add from him in a while, maybe no babies for sale. You might want to PM him.
 
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