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tlb_05
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PostSubject: My LQ :)   7/24/2011, 8:27 pm

Hey guys, just wanna share my LQ to you scorpion maniacs Smile lol jk Smile lol!

He/she's just only a 2i LQ so there Smile)



Is it on pre-molt? coz I see its "heart" or the "spinal cord" across its mesosoma and its tergites are somewhat far away from each other. Heres a pic Smile






Heres some of its pics Smile





Sorry for the bad quality guys, the DSLR of my brother hasnt arrive yet so..

cheers! cheers
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PostSubject: Re: My LQ :)   7/24/2011, 8:36 pm

Sweet scorpion dude. It certainly looks like it's gonna pop.
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PostSubject: Re: My LQ :)   7/24/2011, 9:00 pm

Looks close to me. Shouldn't be more than a few weeks now as long as temps are right. Remember to offer it a moist spot to aid in the molt!

On another note, I don't think scorpions eat skittles...
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PostSubject: Re: My LQ :)   7/24/2011, 9:27 pm

lol sharp eyes!

At that stage they're always looking to pop. Depends on how you feed them. My bicolor slings were like that and it took very long averaging at 87 days i believe from i2 to i3.

Basically one of them looked even smaller when it shed its skin as it was when i fed it... So I might think you should know when they are born and at a day or 70 to be close to moulting.

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PostSubject: Re: My LQ :)   7/24/2011, 9:52 pm

Streettrash wrote:
Looks close to me. Shouldn't be more than a few weeks now as long as temps are right. Remember to offer it a moist spot to aid in the molt!

On another note, I don't think scorpions eat skittles...

lol! its not skittles Razz, its just a ball thingy happened to be mixed in the sand. He/she likes to climb on it ;P
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PostSubject: Re: My LQ :)   7/24/2011, 9:55 pm

pluto wrote:
lol sharp eyes!

At that stage they're always looking to pop. Depends on how you feed them. My bicolor slings were like that and it took very long averaging at 87 days i believe from i2 to i3.

Basically one of them looked even smaller when it shed its skin as it was when i fed it... So I might think you should know when they are born and at a day or 70 to be close to moulting.




I fed him/her a lateralis almost as 2/3 of its size a week ago. And now I offer him/her newly hatched lats nymphs and he/she goes like catching them then letting it go. What do you think guys this behavior is?


Like he/she's active at night goin running and running around. Sometimes flicks his/her tail but generally hides.
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PostSubject: Re: My LQ :)   7/26/2011, 11:58 pm


Nice L.Q Bro hope she molts soon for you Bro.
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