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PostSubject: Re: asian forest scorpion.[question]   12/21/2008, 3:52 am

Cannibalism do happen =(
Mine molted on the 7 or 8th day if not mistaken
Usually its from 1-2weeks, depending on the environment
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PostSubject: Re: asian forest scorpion.[question]   12/21/2008, 4:49 am

it all chances per scorpion. Mine were a week and 1 day I believe why my pandinus babies took a 2 weeks and 1 day I think...
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PostSubject: Re: asian forest scorpion.[question]   12/21/2008, 5:42 am

ok...previously i cover the tank with a foil to preserve the humidity,this had been done to trigger the birth..
i had removed the foil since she pops..
now the environment is getting dry due the removal of foil..
now how could i mist the tank?the babies probably get hurt if i mist..
anw,i will try to mist it by tomorrow..
her photo

looks dry huh?
also,she ain't hiding..weird..
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PostSubject: Re: asian forest scorpion.[question]   12/21/2008, 5:46 am

you dont need sand in the substrate. but dont worry about that now!

Ok even though she HAS birthed you STILL need to keep the humidity up which we have been saying which means...keep that foil on since it helped you to have the humidity.
Pour water on the substrate and yes you can mist...because of course and I ASSUME that the female has a HIDE to hide under with her young?!?

and you NEED to stop uncovering her for photo ops. we all know what it looks like, I KNOW its exciting but every time you bother her, you are just putting those babies at risk
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PostSubject: Re: asian forest scorpion.[question]   12/21/2008, 5:51 am

wow..that sounds scary man..
the biggest enemy for a scorpling is actually its own mum...
the broodmother is the broodkiller...
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PostSubject: Re: asian forest scorpion.[question]   12/21/2008, 5:53 am

only if she gets stressed she will eat her young.

so...does she actually have a hide to hide under with her young? are you going to put that foil back for humidity and are you gonna leave her alone?
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PostSubject: Re: asian forest scorpion.[question]   12/21/2008, 5:58 am

hide to hide under with her young?

well,she is in her hide now

putting that foil back for humidity?

tonight i will

leaving her alone?

for how long?
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PostSubject: Re: asian forest scorpion.[question]   12/21/2008, 7:18 am

a week and then take a look and if they still arent off her back...leave them for a few more days...then take a look...then a few more days....until they are off

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PostSubject: Re: asian forest scorpion.[question]   12/21/2008, 7:40 am

haha..thanks thanks and thanks
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PostSubject: Re: asian forest scorpion.[question]   12/25/2008, 6:57 am

guys, one of the baby dropped out from its mother back?
is there anything i can do?
i tried to lift her out,and swing it back to the mother scorpion's back,unfortunately,the mum is hiding...so what can i do..
luckily only one dropped..haha
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PostSubject: Re: asian forest scorpion.[question]   12/25/2008, 10:32 am

If me i ll definitely unhide the mom and put it back on her, but i think majority of the people here will think it will stress the mom haha
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PostSubject: Re: asian forest scorpion.[question]   12/25/2008, 6:05 pm

If a scorpion fell off of mom, it's probably doomed. Either dead / not fit to survive / she'll eat it. Just

LEAVE

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Like we've told you many times before.

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PostSubject: Re: asian forest scorpion.[question]   12/26/2008, 1:38 am

haha,i leave the baby alone,and its dead now...
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PostSubject: Re: asian forest scorpion.[question]   12/26/2008, 4:26 am

for it to let go...means it was unfit to hang on.

This is the first part of the survival of the fittest
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PostSubject: Re: asian forest scorpion.[question]   12/26/2008, 4:31 am

And so it begins.


I started off with a pandinus imperator brood.

there were 19 to begin with.


there are now only 7 or 9 left, and I know who will be death's next victim.
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PostSubject: Re: asian forest scorpion.[question]   12/26/2008, 4:35 am

Ive had the other one of mine die. started with 19 pandinus...down to 9 now.

I dont know how many of the het babies are alive. im kinda just not watching as TOMORROW im taking them from mum as I think now she isnt soo broody to them and pushing them from the heat. never seen one eaten by her but random deaths. I have LOADS so some will survive

over the road are getting 4 off me after xmas

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PostSubject: Re: asian forest scorpion.[question]   12/26/2008, 12:04 pm

wow,more and more babies dropping from the mum...
the babies havent made their 1st molt,so fast come down?
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PostSubject: Re: asian forest scorpion.[question]   12/26/2008, 9:25 pm

if your checking on her the babies could be getting stressed, weak then falling off. ive heard there hard to get a good yield out them. If you want any to live then leave her be if they molt and come off she still wont eat them. they will be ok.
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PostSubject: Re: asian forest scorpion.[question]   12/27/2008, 4:12 am

with my het I just left her alone and at 1 week and 1 day they all came off the back and were running about as happy as anything...all 32 of them...kept them in with mum. its only when ive moved them ALL into a bigger tank when they hit 3I that im NOW having deaths. not eating ones...but random. I dont think this big tank is as humid as they like! I dont know why!
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PostSubject: Re: asian forest scorpion.[question]   12/27/2008, 5:17 am

nah..i did not check them..i just look through the transparent container..
also,did i need to feed them?i dunno whether their hungry or not..i would only say that they havent eat anything before since borned...
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PostSubject: Re: asian forest scorpion.[question]   12/27/2008, 5:27 am

if they are 1I and not yet off the mothers back then they do not need food. she gives their energy to them though her "skin"
If they are 2I then they will be running about happily.
If they are falling off and not moving and not even moulted then sadly there is NOTHING you can do for them as at 1I they totally depend on their mother

the mother doesnt need to eat. I had a female not feed for 2 months before she birthed and after a week I did offer but she just killed the food item.
A mother scorpion will not eat her young for food
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PostSubject: Re: asian forest scorpion.[question]   12/27/2008, 5:36 am

ok..i got u..
now lets wait...
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PostSubject: Re: asian forest scorpion.[question]   12/27/2008, 12:24 pm

dont even peek man, forget about her. thats the best you can do, when the babies start to harden after the first moult then you can offer them food ok.
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PostSubject: Re: asian forest scorpion.[question]   12/27/2008, 2:30 pm

His babies already molted
I think he can separate them now since they dun need the mom anymore
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PostSubject: Re: asian forest scorpion.[question]   12/27/2008, 2:41 pm

^You saw them?

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