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PostSubject: Re: CB Hadogenes paucidens   2/28/2009, 2:09 pm

Where on the link does it say they're captive bred? Unless you get them directly from a reliable breeder (and not just a dealer), I would think they're wild-caught.

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PostSubject: Re: CB Hadogenes paucidens   2/28/2009, 2:12 pm

I'd be inclined to agree on that point
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PostSubject: Re: CB Hadogenes paucidens   2/28/2009, 2:54 pm

she sed they was in a pm and due to there size of the scorps i think she is tellin the truth


she could be lieing but with my luck lately

n thax that would be grate if u could get some pics
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PostSubject: Re: CB Hadogenes paucidens   2/28/2009, 3:00 pm

did you ask if they were defo paucadins / troglodytes?
either the text is wrong or the picture is
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PostSubject: Re: CB Hadogenes paucidens   2/28/2009, 3:01 pm

probably lying... they can be WC at any size...
i think i have pics of my setup...
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PostSubject: Re: CB Hadogenes paucidens   2/28/2009, 3:04 pm

she sed the pic is of the actual scorps she was sellin ...im buying 1 on monday n i will take pics 2 show u
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PostSubject: Re: CB Hadogenes paucidens   2/28/2009, 3:14 pm

well just so you know... this is my h.troglodytes which is the same top end size as they are advertising...

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PostSubject: Re: CB Hadogenes paucidens   2/28/2009, 3:26 pm

thanx

wow she looks nice is that sub type hard 2 get hold of?
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PostSubject: Re: CB Hadogenes paucidens   2/28/2009, 3:26 pm

i am going to steal them from you btw...there lovely!!!
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PostSubject: Re: CB Hadogenes paucidens   2/28/2009, 3:30 pm

good luck i have pre orderd 1 n paying monday lol
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PostSubject: Re: CB Hadogenes paucidens   2/28/2009, 4:02 pm


only one i can find of it...
thats a block of aerated concrete that i cut a chunk out of and stabbed repeatedly with a screwdriver...heheheeee
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PostSubject: Re: CB Hadogenes paucidens   2/28/2009, 4:05 pm

nice wat type is yours?

n how hard r h.troglodytes 2 get hold of?
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PostSubject: Re: CB Hadogenes paucidens   3/1/2009, 3:50 pm

h.troglodytes are like rocking horse poo to get hold of

I have been after them for years and only managed to get mine last year through a couple of contacts.
Paucadins are by far the most common 'flat rock' in the trade.

However if you are after some trogs I will put a word out for you, see if there are any lurking around Smile
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PostSubject: Re: CB Hadogenes paucidens   3/1/2009, 4:58 pm

yeh if u want that would be grate thanx

r they reli that hard 2 get hold of?
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PostSubject: Re: CB Hadogenes paucidens   3/1/2009, 5:04 pm

I think there are sudden "flows" of them then you can't find any. dunno why they are so rare, probably something to do with things happening where they are collected or something.
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PostSubject: Re: CB Hadogenes paucidens   3/1/2009, 5:51 pm

so its nuffink to do with how meny there r?
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PostSubject: Re: CB Hadogenes paucidens   3/1/2009, 6:23 pm

probably not, I read in some literature that there are areas where there are a dozen or more in a square metre.. something like that.
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PostSubject: Re: CB Hadogenes paucidens   3/1/2009, 6:36 pm

n pelp say they ent comunal scorps lol
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PostSubject: Re: CB Hadogenes paucidens   3/1/2009, 6:38 pm

Ot's not that they are communal, they just probably don't seem to mind eatch other. some Tityus Sp. can be found living together in termite mounds, even if they aren't strictly communal.
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PostSubject: Re: CB Hadogenes paucidens   3/1/2009, 6:45 pm

lol so semi communal then?

so how meny can i keep in a 18 long 12 deep 10 hight viv then?
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PostSubject: Re: CB Hadogenes paucidens   3/1/2009, 7:00 pm

I would NOT suggest keeping these guys communally. High-density populations in the wild do not equate to communal nature. For one thing, in a really rocky environment, there's many hiding places, and they have the ability to move away from the immediate area.

Some people have reported success of keeping a pair of Hadogenes sp. in a 10-gallon when LOTS of hides were available, but the vast majority of keepers report cannibalism.

I'm currently scorp-sitting a pair of H. troglodytes, and they're not a whole lot different than H. paucidens -- just the color.

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PostSubject: Re: CB Hadogenes paucidens   3/1/2009, 7:17 pm

i only ment in 2s or 3s

so 4 2 how meny hides would u say?
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PostSubject: Re: CB Hadogenes paucidens   3/2/2009, 1:14 pm

I'd be inclined not to keep them in pairs as mines ripped the other apart after almost a month of being together. My 2i's are kept in small tubs in pairs but they are small so its ok as long as they dont have to battle over food
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PostSubject: Re: CB Hadogenes paucidens   3/2/2009, 1:42 pm

Don't keep them together ant, they will probably kill each other.
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PostSubject: Re: CB Hadogenes paucidens   3/2/2009, 5:13 pm

ok then differnt tanks im gettin 1 thursday mornin cus the bloke sed it was 2 cold to send to day or to mozz so me is sending it wednesday

but i orderd with a heatpad with it so i thort it would not make a differnce?
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