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shadowfoot
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PostSubject: Re: Envyizm's scorpion pictures   Envyizm's scorpion pictures - Page 7 Empty6/14/2013, 4:00 pm

Captive breeding is the way to go for sure and I'm sure a lot of people now have your scorps instead of wild caught ones. I think everyone should try breeding if they have the means of doing it, seeing healthy broods delivered in your care is probably the best thing about keeping scorps imo. Big, healthy broods also show that you are keeping them in the perfect environment, like yours clearly shows Smile
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PostSubject: Re: Envyizm's scorpion pictures   Envyizm's scorpion pictures - Page 7 Empty6/16/2013, 12:03 pm

Congratulations on all of the broods Sean!!

David
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Envyizm
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Envyizm

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PostSubject: Re: Envyizm's scorpion pictures   Envyizm's scorpion pictures - Page 7 Empty6/30/2013, 5:06 pm

After an unreasonably long gestation, she finally decided to make more little beauties
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Hottentotta jayakari female with 1i scorplings.
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tfleming
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PostSubject: Re: Envyizm's scorpion pictures   Envyizm's scorpion pictures - Page 7 Empty6/30/2013, 5:33 pm

Congrats!
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PostSubject: Re: Envyizm's scorpion pictures   Envyizm's scorpion pictures - Page 7 Empty7/1/2013, 12:11 am

I love the way jayakari look.

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PostSubject: Re: Envyizm's scorpion pictures   Envyizm's scorpion pictures - Page 7 Empty7/2/2013, 6:10 am

The T.Bastosi look kind of evil, like a small demon..Twisted Evil 
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Envyizm
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Envyizm

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PostSubject: Re: Envyizm's scorpion pictures   Envyizm's scorpion pictures - Page 7 Empty7/8/2013, 3:10 pm

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Hottentotta jayakari 2i cb scorplings x 25. These guys are available for reserve/purchase. Easily one of the best look scorpions the hobby has to offer.
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PostSubject: Re: Envyizm's scorpion pictures   Envyizm's scorpion pictures - Page 7 Empty7/8/2013, 3:47 pm

They look gorgeous. Something about black and yellow that just looks amazing.
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Envyizm
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Envyizm

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PostSubject: Re: Envyizm's scorpion pictures   Envyizm's scorpion pictures - Page 7 Empty7/8/2013, 4:59 pm

~Abyss~ wrote:
They look gorgeous. Something about black and yellow that just looks amazing.

At early instars the yellow coloration is pretty faint. They blend in with the sand very well, which make them fun to watch.
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PostSubject: Re: Envyizm's scorpion pictures   Envyizm's scorpion pictures - Page 7 Empty7/8/2013, 5:43 pm

Congrats on the babies. These are hands down my favorite species!
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PostSubject: Re: Envyizm's scorpion pictures   Envyizm's scorpion pictures - Page 7 Empty7/8/2013, 5:58 pm

Grats again man. Mine are an instar or two away from adulthood, and I hope to join you in your successes.
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Envyizm
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Envyizm

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PostSubject: Re: Envyizm's scorpion pictures   Envyizm's scorpion pictures - Page 7 Empty7/10/2013, 12:57 pm

thegromgrom wrote:
Grats again man. Mine are an instar or two away from adulthood, and I hope to join you in your successes.

Well, considering you get both your scorpion stock and your know-how from the same person, I think you'll do just fine with them.
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Envyizm
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Envyizm

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PostSubject: 3 future projects and 1 successful project   Envyizm's scorpion pictures - Page 7 Empty10/4/2013, 9:50 pm

Good friend of mine put in some work and got me the following species:
Hottentotta trilineatus 3i
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Mesobuthus gibbosus 3i
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Rhopalurus garridoi 3i
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Yet another breeding project deemed successful. Man, this guys are tiny, but really frigging cool and hearty for the most part. Started with 4, lost 1 early on and raised the remaining 3 to maturity. Now, I'm getting the opportunity to experience their life cycle for a second generation.
Liocheles australasiae
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shadowfoot
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PostSubject: Re: Envyizm's scorpion pictures   Envyizm's scorpion pictures - Page 7 Empty10/6/2013, 3:47 pm

Congrats on the L.australasiae brood. That M.gibbosus looks awesome!
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Envyizm

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PostSubject: Re: Envyizm's scorpion pictures   Envyizm's scorpion pictures - Page 7 Empty10/6/2013, 8:47 pm

shadowfoot wrote:
Congrats on the L.australasiae brood. That M.gibbosus looks awesome!
I really like the look of the gibbosus, that's for sure. As for the Liocheles, she ended up having 19 babies. I separated them from her mother today. I'm normally not a big fan of smaller species, but they're very hearty and eat prey items much larger than they are, which makes rearing them a joy.
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shadowfoot
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PostSubject: Re: Envyizm's scorpion pictures   Envyizm's scorpion pictures - Page 7 Empty10/8/2013, 7:12 am

Envyizm wrote:
I'm normally not a big fan of smaller species, but they're very hearty and eat prey items much larger than they are, which makes rearing them a joy.
I was totally like that but when I started keeping Uroplectes sp seriously I found them very rewarding. Small scorps, big attitudes. They also tackle huge prey items, sometimes the roach even drags them around the deli cup before it succumbs to the venom Smile
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