My H. arizon setup is the bottom right tank (there are 2 males living in a 20-gallon long.). Mix of Excavator sand, regular sand and some walnut shells. Topped off with approx 8 pounds of lightweight red volcanic rock for hide support. Substrate is approx 5-7 inches in depth. However, both scorps are constantly re-terraforming the tank. The tank varies from week to week. I haven't touched it in a year.any one else have any more setup pics? id like to see more of them honestly.
http://i124.photobucket.com/albums/p9/ead063/Misc/2.jpgcan someone please explain how to sex an H.A.? do you have to count pectines?
ive known people down in arkansas who had problems keeping this species due to the high humidity down there. but unless you are keeping it outside, i dont see any reason why you couldnt put it in a room with a dehumidifier to help reduce the ambient humidity of the roomWould the natural humidity of my location affect this scorp much? I live in Northern Michigan and it gets pretty humid here in the summer, and would this have any severe effects on a desert hairy?