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PostSubject: african flat rock   african flat rock Empty12/14/2008, 11:45 pm

sorry for not using the scientific name but i was looking into buying a african flat rock and i was wondering how to set up the terranium for this scorp..like what should i use for substrate , heat lamp or heat pad, temp and humidty things like that...any suggestions would be great
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PostSubject: Re: african flat rock   african flat rock Empty12/15/2008, 12:07 am


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PostSubject: Re: african flat rock   african flat rock Empty12/15/2008, 12:25 pm

just a header; these scorps are extremely slow growers, and they can live for a very long time.

and from what I heard they are very boring. Embarassed
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PostSubject: Re: african flat rock   african flat rock Empty12/15/2008, 3:22 pm

oi dont pick on my favourite scorpions!

Ok they may not be the most visually stimulating scorpions as far as movement is concerned but there is something quite funny about feeding day when they sit in their crevice with two long claws stuck out, swiping a cricket and vanishing again.

Although they do go for a long wonder on a night time Smile

Oh and if you keep them in a glass enclosure they are very good at doing Morse code in the middle of the night Smile so if you are keeping them in your bedroom be warned Wink
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PostSubject: Re: african flat rock   african flat rock Empty12/15/2008, 3:27 pm

lol, my Emp kept me up for hours sometimes scraping the vents on her KK.
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PostSubject: Re: african flat rock   african flat rock Empty12/15/2008, 3:51 pm

yea. but when mine were in there old tank they could get on the lid. so once i managed to ignore the clicking and go to sleep there would be a thump as they fall off the lid! Razz
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PostSubject: Re: african flat rock   african flat rock Empty12/15/2008, 3:54 pm

hehehehe.. there you go they're not boring after all Smile
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PostSubject: Re: african flat rock   african flat rock Empty12/17/2008, 12:01 pm

I've had problems with my wee one when it coem t noise, it really loves tapping as much as it can when it goes on a wander, im having trouble feeding mine but ill post that somewhere else so i dont hijack the thread lol.

And yeah they are slow growers I heard they can take 7 years to reach maturity and can live for 25 at a stretch.

As or setups i just use dried coco fibre with 2 peices of inner cork bark to make a wee crack it can hide in, its pretty basic but it seems to work as for heat the substrate is only 1.5cm thick so i put the mat underneath and it works fine for me, but mines is a juvenile and thus in a small pet keeper so i'm not sure if it would work as well for a bigger setup.
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PostSubject: Re: african flat rock   african flat rock Empty12/19/2008, 7:32 pm

i had a piece of wood (its was the top of an old highway post with a slit cut out),
it was weathered
and i had flat rocks stacked on the other end of her enclosure.
After about three weeks of observing her i found she NEVER went to the rocks and proffered her piece of wood.
as for substrate i did half sand half coconut fibber misted one half once a week.
kept it about 80 degrees.

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PostSubject: Re: african flat rock   african flat rock Empty12/19/2008, 8:30 pm

Sweet lookin setup mate?

Any idea if a 30cm cubed exo terra viv would be too big for a flat rock thats only like 1.5-2 inches long excluding tail, i fancy rehoming mine but dunno if that viv would be suitable.
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PostSubject: Re: african flat rock   african flat rock Empty12/20/2008, 5:51 am

just make sure you see it eat once in a while and it should be fine.
i have a couple of the cube terrariums myself, there nice little set ups,
there really impressive scorps
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