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New Hadrurus arizonensis

Discussion in 'Scorpions' started by Linda Landsman, May 11, 2006.

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    Hi, This is my first scorpion, I have 21 T's, and became fascinated with this one I came across. What is the best substrate? Playsand? Is there any danger of impaction with this? It looks to be a good sized one, about 4". Thanks!!!!
     
  2. Ryan C.

    Ryan C. Arachnoprince

    Playsand is a great substrate for a H.a.

    Congrats on the new addition and Welcome to the scorp hobby!
     
  3. Ewok

    Ewok Arachnoangel

    Hey, I just bought one of these scorpions too last week, they are really great scorpions! It is interesting to watch them eat a cricket as they will sting it with thier tail.
     
  4. makati

    makati Arachnosquire

    :clap: hadrurus arizonensis is a great scorp, active always. dig here and there, and they are large too. congrats on your scorp.

    i agree, playsand works good.
     
  5. thesupermonkey

    thesupermonkey Arachnosquire Old Timer

    You guys suck...
    My D. Hairy is barely 2 inches and he seals himself in his burrough so I never see em! I've never even seen him eat!!!
     
  6. FortCooper1982

    FortCooper1982 Arachnoknight Old Timer

    hey wel done my friend, play sand is awsome substrate, H,A is a cool scorp, if u love this one try spadix too, very cool scorp
     
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