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Danny200 05-10-2008 01:23 AM

Emperor Scorpion Setup Pics...
 
has anyone got any good pics of their emperor scorpion setups so i can get a rough idea of what to do so far in mine all i have is 10" deep forest floor and 1 cave ontop of that and a water bowl... i guess the realy deep forest floor could be good for lots of tunnels for them bt what else can i do? and any pic would be great help thanks :)

(p,s do you think ive made the forest floor too deep? it is about 10" deep)

Danny200 05-10-2008 03:10 AM

this is how i want to set up my scorp viv

(sorry lol looks kinda bad bt its just a plan :P)

http://i529.photobucket.com/albums/d...hoto/Setup.jpg

http://www.reptiles.swelluk.com/img/..._h_1_39709.jpg

and thats what tank i got but i have one prob lol how am i gona get the forest substrate to go up like a hill like that? dose anyone have any ideas? any help would be most appreciated thank you

gizzard 05-10-2008 04:04 AM

what you have now sounds great exept for the substrate. 6 inches will do and it will save ya a bit of money, they dont need 10" .
if anyone disagrees then please ask the good folk at ScorpionForum - Portal and they will give you good advice.

deadbeta 05-10-2008 09:16 AM

We have ours on 6 inches of soil and vermiculite mixed sustrate, she never burrows hardly.

You could use a water bottle to spray the substrate (with water) to hold it in place then just make sure the top lip of the curve isnt too steep of an angle and the substrate should hold!


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