Their care is very much like that of H.arizonensis or H.spadix. Except that you should mist a little more frequently...say twice a month instead of only once a month and their ideal temperature is about 5 degrees lower (80F +/-). They also like the substrate a little more rocky...maybe with a piece of bark thrown in for a hide. They may or may not burrow. They are real spunky and will get into a defensive position even if you gently blow air across them. They look and act like little buthids though their venom is not very dangerous at all.