Scorpion Care. Why keep scorpions? This is one question I hope all potential scorpion owner ask themselves before reading further. If it is mainly for the morbid thought of keeping something very dangerous or as a way of showing off your 'bravery', please think again. What's worse, you may cause another to be hurt for no reason than your folly.
This normal for a Desert Hairy?
Hadrurus arizonensis (Giant Desert Hairy Scorpion)
Chat Box. The tail isnt always errect, it usually looks like this. That is normal right? He just ate the other day and this is what he looked like when the cricket suicided into his claws: But it eventually went back on its side. Its ok as long as hes not dragging it from behind right? Ive had him for about a month now he comes in and out of his hide and kicks the sand around a bit, I have a small water bowl in there that I fill out every great while since he rarely drinks. I feed him once or twice a week for the most part the crickets are dumb and suicide into him or he chases them and eventually catches them.
Desert Hairy Breeding Techniques
Journal of Insect Behavior. Hadrurus arizonensis is a large, long-lived species of North American desert scorpion with lengthy, stereotyped courtship behaviors that lead to sperm transfer via an external spermatophore. Courtship and mating behaviors in H. Courtship and mating behaviors of H.
Scorpions strike terror in many people and have been both hated and admired since ancient times. This is probably due to their fearsome look, with pincers called pedipalps at one end and a stinger filled with venom at the other. Scorpions are not insects but arachnids, like spiders, and have eight legs and two main body regions, the prosoma, or cephalothorax, and the opisthosoma, or abdomen.