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PostSubject: breeding Hadrurus sp.   4/7/2009, 6:11 am

Hey

I'm wondering if some of you had any succes with breeding Hadrurus sp. or have heard about anyone how has ?
Some says it is impossible but hey,nothing is impossible,right ? Wink

I would love to try them in a near furture when I get a little more experience in breeding those I have now so

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PostSubject: Re: breeding Hadrurus sp.   4/7/2009, 7:25 am

It is possible but even proffessional breeders have failed, the young usually die during moults etc or just drop dead, possibly some unknown factor we cant replicate in captivity or just havent figured out. Thats even if the babies make it off the mothers back mosto f the time she just eats the babies the next day after birth. Noone knows why.
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PostSubject: Re: breeding Hadrurus sp.   4/7/2009, 10:41 am

It Is supposedly hard.. but you should give it a try. I think the trick is to offer moulting scorpions some area in the tank with raised humidity, E.i spray under a rock.
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PostSubject: Re: breeding Hadrurus sp.   4/7/2009, 11:18 am

The breeding part seems to go fine.

Raising the young in the past has resulted in failed molts.

But recently it's been noted that instead of having the desert-like humidity, keeping them averagely moist does help with molts.
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PostSubject: Re: breeding Hadrurus sp.   4/7/2009, 11:23 am

I read one report where someone had moderate success -- the key thing seemed to be that he left them in the mother's well-established burrow system so they could find the humidity they need.

The trouble was, he was losing a lot due to cannibalism.

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PostSubject: Re: breeding Hadrurus sp.   4/7/2009, 11:59 am

Mr. Mordax wrote:
I read one report where someone had moderate success -- the key thing seemed to be that he left them in the mother's well-established burrow system so they could find the humidity they need.

The trouble was, he was losing a lot due to cannibalism.
I like the way you say it,Mordax Smile I see the problem

I am defently gonna try them in the future,maybe with an humitybox or something if I'm lucky to get some breeding going.
At first I will try and see how it goes with my "possible" gravid female's of Heterometrus scaber (wc) & Mesobuthus gibbosus and if it's a succes I will give Hadrurus a try..It's such a beatyfull scorp

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PostSubject: Re: breeding Hadrurus sp.   4/7/2009, 3:14 pm

i'm thinking about breeding my pair but abit put of with the success rate, or lack off!!
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PostSubject: Re: breeding Hadrurus sp.   4/8/2009, 12:33 am

^What have you got to lose?

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PostSubject: Re: breeding Hadrurus sp.   4/8/2009, 6:08 pm

the babies Laughing i may give it a try but we'll see! Exclamation
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