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Which Species would you recommend?
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PostSubject: Liocheles waigiensis   9/16/2010, 6:42 am

Hey all. How are you?
I was going to get an urodacus elongatus but after doing a stack of reading, discovered they would just be a pet hole. I want something more active so am leaning toward the Liocheles waigiensis. Good choice? And does anybody know any Australian sites where they can be purchased? I need an Australian site because exotic animals like scorps cant be imported.
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PostSubject: Re: Liocheles waigiensis   9/16/2010, 8:58 am

If i had to choose between the 2 as a beginer i would go for Liocheles waigiensis as you should be able to have them in groups and are easier to breed from what ive read, apparently Urodacus Elongatus are not so good in groups and are harder to breed.

Liocheles waigiensis are non burrowing and very active at night you will need to provide rock crevices. but after saying all that if i was choosing on looks i think id go for Urodacus Elongatus

Im still a noob when it comes to scorps and all my knowledge is just what ive read on the net so best to wait for advise from the more knowledgealbe people on here.

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PostSubject: Re: Liocheles waigiensis   9/16/2010, 10:14 am

231bex wrote:
If i had to choose between the 2 as a beginer i would go for Liocheles waigiensis as you should be able to have them in groups and are easier to breed from what ive read, apparently Urodacus Elongatus are not so good in groups and are harder to breed.

Liocheles waigiensis are non burrowing and very active at night you will need to provide rock crevices.


id go with the Liocheles waigiensis all because of what bex has already written...
start off easy and than later down the line make the decision to go more advanced.
its a slow process, but nobody becomes an expert in any species over night...

even alex (lxdng79) has a lifetime of experience (im assuming) and hes still very modest about what he knows.
i give the man credit tho, he is a genius with asian forest scorpions
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PostSubject: Re: Liocheles waigiensis   9/17/2010, 5:21 am

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