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As you may know, I have an emperor scorpion named Dusk. Well here recently I've been able to watch her crawl around (She has been coming out on most nights this week) and eat too. She has been doing well and likes her new water bowl I got her (the old one
Crickets are omnivores right, so would feeding them occasional mealworms with vegatables and fruit make them more nutritous for your scorpion? Just a thought.
Hello everyone, My scorpion used to eat crickets at the store and now I successfully fed it crickets as well. However, I would like to also feed it mealworms, but it doesn't seem to give a damn about the mealworm. No matter if I leave it there or if I
These 200ml meal worm tubs are perfect for when you run out of meal worms or when you travel. R38-00 per tub
I just recently got my first emperor and for awhile he was happy and active but now he isn't moving. He doesn't hold up his tail and barely responds to touching. He is also a bit discolored from pictures I've seen of other emperor's. Could someone tell me
Mealworm From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Mealworm Beetle Scientific classification Kingdom: Animalia Phylum: Arthropoda Class: Insecta Order: Coleoptera Family: Tenebrionidae Genus: Tenebrio Species: T. molitor Binomial name Tenebrio