David,Originally posted by Scorpion Lover
My Emperor scorpling has not eaten a cricket since 8 days ago? He is unactive, and rarely moves, please help me? what should i do? is there a moult coming up? Thanks,
*agrees*, from what I've read desert and forest sp. usually require a temperature, of 80-95 degrees F. To eat, digest, grow normally and be more active. The temp you said they're at, is often considered as "normal room temperature". Which usually only works for species of a temperate region. Not for forest species... from what I get from the sites I frequent and books I've read it's usually in the scorpions best interest to simulate the environment they've adapted to.You might want to raise the temperatures about 10 degrees.