Thanks I appreciate it. Some people at work had poured a bottle of water on her and were about to step on her. So I decided to put her in a cup and bring her home. Anyone know then type ? Pretty sure it's a Arizona bark
I would try feeding her.. once the babies crawl off her back in the next few days maybe a week or 2 from now then i would seperate them... if it is in the centruroides family than yea theyre pretty communal but always possibility with cannibalism with younget instars
Agreed with C. vittatus. You'll probably want to separate them when they jump off mom's back, but it's up to you whether that's into individual vials or little groups. They will cannibalize when young, but they're pretty easy to keep fed and happy to decrease chances of that happening.