Number of posts: 126 Age: 20 Registration date: 2011-02-19
Subject: T's 4/9/2011, 9:42 am
I was driving around to all my nearest pet shops to see if they had any scorpions. I didn't find any, but I did stumble onto these two T's being kept in super small cricket keeper cages :/. It bothered me on how poor the conditions these guys are living in. They wanted 40 a piece for one of these so it was definitely out of my pocket range. I don't know how these T's survived molting in these conditions.
Can anyone tell what type of T's these are?
Number of posts: 209 Age: 20 Location: Chicago Registration date: 2011-02-04
Subject: Re: T's 4/9/2011, 10:30 am
i am no expert at all but i am pretty sure it is the most common pet T Grammostola Rosea
Number of posts: 423 Age: 113 Location: Midian- where the monsters go. Registration date: 2010-06-29
Subject: Re: T's 4/9/2011, 1:11 pm
Yeah, def G. porteri. Chile Rose. As a temporary home, the tubs are fine, size wise but the substrate is wrong, it looks too dry and they DEFINITELY shouldn't have sponge as a water source.
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Number of posts: 10 Age: 112 Registration date: 2011-04-10
Subject: Re: T's 4/10/2011, 8:14 am
Hello, its terraium is no correct because it's too small A correct terrarium is : - At least 30X30X30 for an adult specimen - 5 / 10 cm of substrate - For the substrate : substrate, peat or compost
But if you ave a a photograph of the unfolded animal, I would identify it to you;)