Scorpion breeding projects?

GartenSpinnen

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So someone posted in the tarantulas forum what were everybodys breeding projects for 2007, so i want to know, what are everyone scorpion breeding projects for 2007? Please state if you are already in the process of breeding or future breeding. Thank you :)
 

Ryan C.

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Matings for 2007
Hottentotta judaicus
Paruroctonus boreus


Thats it for now, but I do have more plans.

[Edit] Forgot about gravid females.

Gravid Females
Hottentotta hottentotta
 
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Thiscordia

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H. judaicus
L. quinquestriatus hebraeus
A. bicolor
A. australis

Current Gravid Females
C. margaritatus
H. spadix
P. liosoma
L. quinquestriatus hebraeus
S. maurus palmatus
 
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Selenops

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No scorpion breeding projects yet.

But up for acquiring surplus. Especially when I make a financial recovery from X-mas spending.
 

JSN

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I chose the hard ones...

H. arizonensis
S. mesaensis

and some easier ones

V. spinigerus
V. confusus
 

Brian S

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Tityus bahiensis: already in progress with 2 broods so far
Tityus serrulatus: 1 brood so far in 07
Tityus stigmurus: About 5 gravid females
Tityus trinitatis: waiting for the girls to mature
Tityus falconensis: I have been breeding them for a year now
Centruoides sp: mom with brood now
Rhopalurus junceus: 2 gravid females now
Isometrus maculatus: waiting for the girl to molt 1 more time
Heterometrus fulvipes: male and female together now
Androctonus bicolor: have 10 that need to molt 1 more time
Parabuthus transvaalicus: 2 gravid females now
Leiurus quinquestriatus hebraeus: 1 mated female now
Hottentotta judaicus: Need to put the pairs together
Mesobuthus tamulus gangeticus: This is a maybe, might not have any mature in time

Possibly others but need more time to think lol
 

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has anyone here tryed to breed urodacus yaschenkoi before
Some from Oz have. Unfortunately there arent very many Aussie scorp enthusiasts here. If you need info, contact Mark Newton. He is the expert from Oz.
 

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Sorry to hijack this thread a little but I don't think its worth making a new one for this question.

I'd like to breed my emperor and am thinking of getting a female to do so. My current tank is only 9" deep by 18" wide and 10" high, would this be ok of a size for a pair of near fully grown emps?

Would I have to remove the male once she is pregnant?
 

quiz

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Sorry to hijack this thread a little but I don't think its worth making a new one for this question.

I'd like to breed my emperor and am thinking of getting a female to do so. My current tank is only 9" deep by 18" wide and 10" high, would this be ok of a size for a pair of near fully grown emps?

Would I have to remove the male once she is pregnant?
My female emp have babies on her back and there's a male with her. I never see him bother her.
 

drapion

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Yeah I have a couple breeding projects going on at the moment..Tityus and Centruroides
 

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Uroplectes carinatus (already 1 litter)
Uroplectes olivaceus (1 more molt)
Uroplectes pilosus
Uroplectes planimanus (already 2 litters)
Uroplectes vittatus (2 more molts)
Hottentotta franzwerneri gentili (mated 2 months ago..)
Hottentotta hottentotta
Hottentotta sp. (poss. H. polystictus)
Lychas nigristernis (1 more molt)
Orthochirus scrobiculosis (Jordan, but hard to raise...)
Orthochirus sp. (Pakistan -looks close to birth)
Rhopalurus junceus (very close)
Buthus malhommei
Grosphus limbatus
Centruroides limbatus (yellow x black -very close)
and hopefully not too many exilicaudas this year........

Europeans interested in these species can contact me april-may.
Please use my email.

regards.
 

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Hottentotta (mesobuthus) tamulus gangeticus - 1 gravid female
Hottentotta hottentotta - 2 females gravid
Hottentotta trilineatus - 1 gravid female
Babycurus gigas - 1 more molt
Lychas tricarinatus - 1 more molt
Lychas nigristernis - 2 more molts
 

Brian S

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I will be focusing alot on this undescribed Centruroides sp. There are both dark and pale morphs in each batch of young. I plan to breed pale with pale and dark with dark after these are mature.
 

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Currently mated:
Rhopalurus junceus
Orthochirus scrobiculosus negebensis
Serradigitus sp.
(Bustamonte)

Hoping to mate:
Tityus falconensis
Hottentotta franzwerneri gentili
Tityus costatus
(Brian...we need to get on this)

fingers crossed...

Chris
 

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That looks an interesting scorp Brian. What is the ratio of Pale to Dark in a brood?

Charlie
 
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Brian S

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That looks an interesting scorp Brian. What is the ratio of Pale to Dark in a brood?

Charlie
Probably no more than 1/8 of them are pale and to make it worse is the fact that the pale colored scorps seem to be less strong as many will die. I have 3 set back from the last brood and will save all these for myself as well. I am hoping to get a good line of both morphs going in the future and they will become available for all.
 
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