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Tips for some South American Scorpions

TreeFrog

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Tips on some South American Scorpions

Hi! I'm brazilian and this is my first post in here. I would like to know some tips in keeping Ananteris, Tityus confluens and Tityus trivittatus, specially some types of food for the Ananteris lings.

Best Regards!
 
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fusion121

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They can all be kept in very similar conditions; on a moist humus substrate with some bark to climb on/hide under. Good ventilation is also important if you raising scorplings of these species, living in Brazil you should just be able to keep them at ambient temperature. In terms of food, any insects smaller than then the scorpions should do.
 

TreeFrog

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Thanks a lot! I'm looking for a pictures collection about the brazilian scorpions from amazon region. But I found just a litle. Are there more pictures in the "Scorpions of Brazil"?

Best Regards!
 
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