Advertisement Here are set-ups for my: Hadogenes troglodytes 0.1 Scorpio maurus 0.0.1 Pandinus imperator 0.1 (All my set-ups are very basic, but effective so far!) I would take a pic of my Hadrurus arizonensis set-ups (0.1.8?), but they are a mess right now due to all the scorplings and shifting the mother into a temporary tank. And my Babycurus jacksoni (0.0.4) are in feeder tubs presently. So as soon as I have them all sorted I'll post new pics of those set-ups too... The tank itself is a large exo-terra faunarium. Several slates are stacked carefully on top of each other, with also a pre-dug scrape under the bottom slate. One small water dish; a temperature & humidity gauge. The substrate is 3 parts desert sand and 2 parts coco-fibre. Soaked, compacted and then left to dry out a touch before introducing the scorpion (1 female, subadult). The tank itself is a small exo-terra faunarium. One small, flat rock was placed in the tank with the beginning of a burrow. The scorp quickly dug out a small burrow under the rock with three entry/exit points. One small water dish; a temperature and humidity gauge. The substrate is 3 parts sand, one part coco-fibre. Soaked, compacted and left to dry out before introducing the scorpion (1 adult, sex unknown at this point). The tank itself is a large exo-terra faunarium which has more floor space rather than height. One large piece of cork bark as a hide. The substrate is coco-fibre. Under the hide a scrape has been pre-dug out with the cork bark placed on top, then with substrate padded around the sides to create a burrow-type setting (except with easy access). One small water dish; a temperature and humidity gauge. The lid ventilation has been mostly blocked with black gaffer type, also the vent slats on the sides of the tank (which you can see in the picture above). This is to help keep humidity levels high. One adult female scorpion lives in this set up, previously an adult pair 1.1.