I have 5 other Uroplectes species, but not this particular one. If you get young from these, I would be very interested. Uroplectes is great and mostly
easy to care for. Only U. pilosus I found more difficult.
What's the size of your triangulifer? 35-40 mm? Can you post a pic?
Maybe your bigger one is a female and the small one a male. There is much difference in size between them with the other Uroplectes species I know. One thing I'm certain of; if you get young, I think you'll never find them again in that decoration
I hope to get this species too in spring or summer.
Please forgive me for saying, but I think this species will do well in a (semi-) arid set-up. Your set-up looks a bit humid. I'm sure they only need a little bit of water once a week or so and no high or constant humidity.
It would be nice to see a picture of the scorps. With Uroplectes the sex is easy to see with adults and you can easily see if there is a gravid female.
The setup's substrate did get a litte more humid than usual, as we have had alot of heat and rain. But I dunno, I tried to recreate what was generally in the bush around my house, since this species is found there and evn climbs in people's houses. They seem ok, I don't actually ever mist the enclosure, leave it at room temp and normal conditions, because as I said they're indigenous to my area. They eat well and seem to do scorpion stuff, hide, climb, dig scraps under the rock and driftwood.