- Apr 20, 2019
Yeah that's pretty normal. Most of mine actually spend the majority of their time sitting exactly like that, in a little half dug out hole in the corner.
Haha, id have to drop some Ts to get scorpions; I have space restrictions. If I ever got my own house or moved in with my partner, I think I’d look into a Hadogenes troglodytes. I love that squashed look.Yeah, looks like she caught the scorpy virus, but she's still in denial.
Soon just 1 scorpion won't satisfy anymore, needs a species that stings their prey to death.
Just wait until she finds out about the mating dance of the scorpion....
It won't be long until she drops her T's in the classifieds section....
H. troglodytes can grow massive, but is very slow growing! If its a female and a scorpling, you'll have her for about 30 years. Their venom is mild so its not a highly venomous species!Haha, id have to drop some Ts to get scorpions; I have space restrictions. If I ever got my own house or moved in with my partner, I think I’d look into a Hadogenes troglodytes. I love that squashed look.
It stinks because almost every time I see a scorp that catches my eye, it ends up being more venomous than I’m interested in keeping as a pet. Warning colors are like Tide Pods to me, I guess.
I’m not sure what kind of mites those are. They might be harmless and clear up on their own. Me however, I hate mites. If it was me, I would put it in another temp enclosure until all of the mites were gone. Then throw the original enclosure in the freezer for a couple of days to kill the mites. But I would wait to here a few other responses before going that route.I did some searching on here. Are they grain mites? I am thinking about giving her a smaller enclosure and shaking them off of her every few days and changing the substrate. Repeat til I’m sure they’re gone. Then I’ll move her back into her old enclosure, which I’d wipe down and replace the substrate. Does this sound like a good way to treat her? I feel terrible, she’s going to be so stressed out.
Where did they come from? The plant? Is it my husbandry?