Some new pics

hottentotta.ch

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Hello at all....

Some new pics...

Androctonus mauretanicus mauretanicus


Compsobuthus werneri schmideknechti

Compsobuthus werneri werneri

Centruroides gracilis


Hottentotta spec.

Rhopalurus junceus


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Oli
 

Michiel

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Nice picuteres Oli! Any ID on the Hottentotta, it looks somewhat like H.hottentotta or H.polystictus.....Do you keep those R.junceus (male and female and young) in the same enclosure?? No cannibalism?
 

hottentotta.ch

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Hello,

Yes I think about that hottentotta like you, but for a Hottentotta hottentotta, its to big.
Its about 7-8Centimeter without metasoma and pedipalps.

The R.j. are in a 30*20*35 centimeters terrarium, and I have 4 youngs in there since they were born, and i have no problem!
I keep all my young r.j. in groups of 7-8 with out any problem!
I think the female is gravid again...

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(Sorry for my bad English)
 

Brian S

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The R.j. are in a 30*20*35 centimeters terrarium, and I have 4 youngs in there since they were born, and i have no problem!
I keep all my young r.j. in groups of 7-8 with out any problem!
I think the female is gravid again...
Hi Oli,
I had a R junceus juvenile canniblize a cage mate once when it molted. It would be wise to separate them.
 

hottentotta.ch

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Hello,

The P. transvaalicus is 4.-instar{D
After that roach, he ate 1 more adult cricket:eek:

Oli
 

hottentotta.ch

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Hello,

Im sure, that it is an Androctonus mauritanicus mauritanicus.
I bought them from Giorgio Molisani. I think he know what he is doing..

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Oli
 

drapion

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If you got them from Giorgio then thats what they are!! That man knows his scorps.
 
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