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PostSubject: Re: Question: Communal Tank Dos & Don'ts   3/1/2010, 3:03 pm

But you can see where I'm coming from. Besides, there are some way cooler species out there that you could/should try.

I recently got a Bothriurus cf demayi and its great! I will try and upload some pics when it comes out. Smile
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PostSubject: Re: Question: Communal Tank Dos & Don'ts   3/1/2010, 3:06 pm

as stated in the carsheets, the b. jacksoni's are beginners scorpions. they are not too much diff from emps except that they require baek to molt. i was gonna get one of those but dont have room.
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PostSubject: Re: Question: Communal Tank Dos & Don'ts   3/1/2010, 5:18 pm

ehh it can wait anyways...

im still in a mental argument with myself about getting another scorp or a reptile
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PostSubject: Re: Question: Communal Tank Dos & Don'ts   3/1/2010, 5:36 pm

Psssh screw the reptile everyone has those. I was gonna get a snake but decided not. The only thing i about scorps is that the crickets you buy, you have to buy in groups, and you end up losing at least half of them. I mean i bought 25 about 3 days ago, and about 10 are already .
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PostSubject: Re: Question: Communal Tank Dos & Don'ts   3/1/2010, 5:39 pm

i was thinking more along the lines of a leopard gecko...
ive had snakes and water dragons and theyre pretty boring
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PostSubject: Re: Question: Communal Tank Dos & Don'ts   3/1/2010, 10:29 pm

the lycan mikey wrote:
i was thinking more along the lines of a leopard gecko...
ive had snakes and water dragons and theyre pretty boring

depends what snake or lizard....

I think lizards are boring in general, unless you keep a varanid... in which case you might as well be in for a german sheppard with scales, talons and forked tongue. at least it doesn't keep the neighbor up barking!

For snakes... even a spitting cobra loses its edge until you have to transfer it for major cleanup... oh woe is me!
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PostSubject: Re: Question: Communal Tank Dos & Don'ts   3/1/2010, 10:58 pm

ive had breeding ball pythons, ive had a red tail boa, a corn snake, a kenyan sand boa, water dragons, bearded dragons, 2 iguanas (i got rid of them before they hit the 2 foot mark), breeding veil chameleons, 1 red eye tree frog, and 2 fire salamanders (non breeding)...

which is why id rather try something i havent yet, like Tokay geckos or leopard geckos...

those are the only ones i havent owned and the only reptiles id really care to own...
after all the other reptiles i had, the leopard gecko has so many morphologies id love to see...

if it wasnt for me seeing the many different colors of leopard geckos, id be rather bored with reptiles in general...
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PostSubject: Re: Question: Communal Tank Dos & Don'ts   3/2/2010, 3:31 am

Ok before we veer off the intended topic, I'll just link those who wish to follow this divergent trend to a post in the appropriate section.

http://scorpionforum.darkbb.com/herps-and-amphibians-f36/miracle-grow-water-snake-tank-t4581.htm#55787
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