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TOPIC: Scorpion Enclosures

Discussion in 'Scorpions' started by skinheaddave, Jul 8, 2004.

  1. JungleGuts

    JungleGuts Arachnoprince Old Timer

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    wow thats alot of spinifers in there! Cool looking setup
     
  2. Nich

    Nich Curator of glass boxes Arachnosupporter

    New A. mauretanicus setup

    I used my last bowfront for an Andro colony (still some growing to do before theyll be housed together). Basic decor with a good amount of hides.
    The heating is via 2 ceramic elements on 2 thermostats (timed for nightdrop).
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    Im working of making a little door to view under the hides, heres the proto (very slapped together)
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    Two cd covers with cardboard...;)
     
  3. Nice enclosure. Like the burrow viewing flaps idea.

    Cheers

    Alan
     
  4. Brian S

    Brian S ArachnoGod Old Timer

    Here is my Centruroides limbatus colony and the box I keep them in
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  5. tabor

    tabor Arachnoprince Old Timer

    Just wanted to show you guys my setup at the moment, plan on expanding here once i find some neat stuff, check out this log though its hollowed out with multiple entraces and exits that these guys LOVE !

    4 spinifers =)
     

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  6. Vermis

    Vermis Arachnoknight Old Timer

    Nice one, Tabor. Reminds me of the Flash Gordon movie. :D
     
  7. I like the wide open space you gave these guys, how big is the tank? So does the one in the corner have a mouse stuck to his face?
     
  8. tabor

    tabor Arachnoprince Old Timer

    I threw a small pinky in there and they all shared it and the larger male took it from the other and ran into the corner with it lol =) other than that they get along just fine, i picked the tank up at a thrift store for 10 bucks i think its 25-30gal.

    will be posting some of my B. Jacksonii once they all get here !
     
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  9. Aztek

    Aztek Arachnoprince

    ^^ Lucky find. :(
     
  10. ideas1

    ideas1 Arachnosquire

    My scorps used to never burrow and then I placed them in my new setup and they new come out; but at night. :(
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  11. tabor

    tabor Arachnoprince Old Timer

    The big cage is where I plan on keeping a breeding group of T. falconensis (1.2), the small ones are for housing my 4 T. asthenes. They haven't got here yet but are supposed to be here by 3pm today :}
     

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  12. tabor

    tabor Arachnoprince Old Timer

    pic1: Future home of 1 of my gravid H. judaicus
    pic2: Home of T. stigmurus
    pic3: Home of 2i T. asthenes

    I bought all the kritter keepers they had in stock at petsmart today (about 10) {D
    -ryan
     

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  13. warren_jc

    warren_jc Arachnopeon

    im a newbie on this specially new to have a pet scorpion so this is my setup. cocopeat is my substrate and i add up some potting moss around the water dish. i hope my scorp loves his new home... hehe
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  14. Urodacus Yaschenkoi Setup

    This is my second ever scorpion, an Urodacus Yaschenkoi native to Australia, just got him today XD :)
     

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  15. RoachGirlRen

    RoachGirlRen Arachnoangel

    I use under-bed sliding storage bins with latching lids for my emps; I find that they are out of their hides and active much more often when provided with darkness rather than the brighter environment of a glass aquarium - though obviously the bins aren't as good for viewing. The lid is drilled for ventillation. The floor space is larger than a 10g, with significantly less height, but enough for a good 4" of soil/peat/coco fiber. Each bin has one hide, one log, and one sphagnum moss area. I keep the moss wet, which tends to keep the humidity up as it evaporates into the bin. Plus the scorps seem to like hanging out in there when shedding.
    Here are four of my bins; I have more, but these are the only ones I have pics of. Most only have one adult per bin, but I do have one with two emperors and it seems to house that number comfortably.
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  16. K3jser

    K3jser Arachnobaron

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    There we go allmost all my scorps and all they homes.. still got some in boxes but didnt want to take pictures of it, its boring.. you should be able to see the names of the on they home on most of them.. :D
     
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  17. ANTHONY.T

    ANTHONY.T Arachnoknight

    Great setup very goog :clap:
     
  18. Paxter

    Paxter Arachnopeon

    Wery nice - totaly :}
    You are on top i the hobby in DK, in scorpions, keep up the fine work.....:)

    Paxter.- DK - Spider freek.....
     
  19. JPMiers

    JPMiers Arachnopeon

    Those are the same enclosures I've been looking around for.

    Where did you get them and how much did they cost you?

    Thanks a lot.
     
  20. PhilK

    PhilK Arachnolord Old Timer

    Urodacus manicatus female enclosure (male could probably fit in here with her too)
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    Urodacus macrurus (?) enclosure. Currently in a sample jar awaiting ecdysis, though. (For obvious reasons)
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    Urodacus elongatus female enclosure
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