I've noticed a lot of people posting about scorpions popping, and a surprisingly small increase in the number of breeding reports.
So go ahead and post, people!
I think these reports are a great resource for people who are planning on breeding a species or suddenly find one giving birth and don't know what to expect.
Post as little or as much as you have -- everything you know about the female up until she gave birth to the time that the babies hit 2I and dispersed. Even if it was a WC gravid that had babies the day after you got it and none survived to 2I. Every little bit of information helps the hobby.
Specifically, I'm aware of data of the following species being known to a few users that haven't posted reports:H. laoticusP. imperatorB. jacksoniT. stigmerus
Also, I've re-enabled replies to breeding reports to make things a little more conducive to Q&A about the event.
Looking forward to your contributions . . .
If your emperor scorpion stops eating, don't panic.
Be nice -- you were a noob once, too
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