- Jun 14, 2017
I'm curious as to how every one treats semi-arid and arid scorplings. From my understanding scorplings of all types require some humidity, but I'm not sure if ambient humidity is enough or I should be misting an area of their enclosure every so often. So far, I've erred on keeping them dry, with a once or twice mist, resulting in slight condensation for a day or overnight, then allow things to dry out completely, remain dry, and repeat. My ambient humidity is 60-80%, though I imagine that with bottom heat, top ventilation, and sand substrate, the humidity in the enclosures is more like 30-60%. So far, I've had no problems, but I like to be extra diligent with my growing family of stingers.