Their conditions are very similar, temperature and humidity wise. I have the space for territory needs and enough food to provide them with.Are these your only arguments to put them together how do you know they require the same captive conditions and if not, how are you going to provide for this, keeping them both in one tank?
I think this is not a good idea. Scorpions are no pets, it isn't like putting a neon tetra and a goldfish together. Bad idea.
I agree, I have P. Cav and P. Emps same tank just divided them with glass.I agree with not mixing scorpions of different kinds together, even if their requirements for keep are the same. I would feel bad enough to find out a scorpion ate its tank mate, but even worse if it was because I mixed them up.
Now if you put a secure tank divider in there it might work out for you, 1 tank to maintain and both would be isolated from each other. I've done that before with a 20 gallon long. I took a sheet of lexan and cut slots in it and put it floor to top. The humidity and heat would stay constant and the scorps would stay apart.
this is the thread I meant to reply to...