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PostSubject: arizona bark   6/6/2009, 5:26 pm

i just found out i can only get one az bark scorp right now. i know theyre a communal scorp but i was just wondering if they do fine on their own when theyre adults.
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PostSubject: Re: arizona bark   6/6/2009, 7:45 pm

yes, it will be fine. scorpions aren't... "communal" really, some species just tolerate each other better than other species. you scorpion will probably be better off on it's own, actually. ( not to say they won't do fine together)
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PostSubject: Re: arizona bark   6/6/2009, 7:57 pm

^Yeah, what he said. Scorpions don't gain anything from living in groups, it's just that some species tend to tolerate living in close proximity to one another.

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