Scorpion Enclosure Setups

PIter

Arachnoangel
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Wierd :? , you guys posted while I was writing. We seem to be thinking along the same lines :D
 

carpe scorpio

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Mr.X, I'm glad that any idea of mine could be helpful, you are very welcome. That looks very nice, I like the color of sand for that species.
 

alex

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Very nice with the plants. What's their name? I want to have one in my H. arizonensis tank.
 

Mr. X

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Sorry i dont know the name...i just went to the shop and asked the woman if she had desert plants so she told me to go to the cactus department and i took it...its written green plant on the pot...but its not the real name of corse.

If you go to your local garden shop and asks for desert plants that can live in sand you should find some or maybe an other nice species.

good luck

xav
 

PIter

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Why don't you try fluffing it up a bit? Tons of inspiration in this tread!
No offence but that was sort of empty.
 

leiurus

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Yes, I know it is very ugly and little... Its about 30 cm long (12 inches???)
I'll put some plants and mix the sand with peat moss. For the hissing scorpion, its perfect.
Dom
 

genious_gr

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Here's my "Just redecorated" M.martensii setup.
I think this is the best setup I've ever made.
Even if cacti (?) are not ideal for martensii.
 

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