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Turisas
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PostSubject: Serradigitus subtilimanus   Serradigitus subtilimanus Empty8/16/2012, 11:54 am

Anyone have any of these?
And what's the care like as. Carnt find much about them
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Callum B
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PostSubject: Re: Serradigitus subtilimanus   Serradigitus subtilimanus Empty8/16/2012, 12:01 pm

Google is your friend. This is a very rare species, even in US collections, where this scorpion is native, so information on captive care is very limited/non existant. There's not even a mention of them when you search on here!!

I would find out where this species is found in the US and then look into what kind of climate, environment, habitat etc. occurs there. Then, try and replicate this as best you can in an enclosure.

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lycanlord
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PostSubject: Re: Serradigitus subtilimanus   Serradigitus subtilimanus Empty8/16/2012, 12:14 pm

Lee has some in at the minute

http://www.thespidershop.co.uk/insect/product_info.php?products_id=2618&osCsid=26dc9de1e6313306d3d66112c0276e75

they seem relatively easy to keep, dry sand/peat and a piece of bark.
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Smokehound714
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PostSubject: Re: Serradigitus subtilimanus   Serradigitus subtilimanus Empty10/28/2015, 5:52 pm

Serradigitus subtilimanus is no longer valid.

This species has been placed in the sub-genus 'Stahnkeus'.

The true subtilimanus (and deserticola, also placed in stahnkeus) are much much larger than serradigitus, growing up to 3.5" They generally occur alongside Kochius hirsuticauda, smeringurus vachoni, and other lithophilous vaejovidae.

I actually have one and can collect more if I had a ride to the damned desert.. lol
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