Hadrurus arizonensis

Desert Hairy Scorpion (M-XL)

Hadrurus arizonensis
Hadrurus arizonensis

24.99

Stock Description:

Medium - XL specimens

Availability: Occasional
Source: CB
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Species Info:

Origin

USA

Lifestyle

Terrerstrial

Temp

22-32°C

Humidity

40-50%

Leg Span

15cm

Disposition

Aggressive

Suitability

2

The largest species of Scorpion in North America. This is an aggressive species and will sting if provoked apart from that they are a very popular species due to its large size and ease of care. This species prefers a deep substrate and should consist of sand or a sand /coco fibre (60:40) mix and misted approx. every 3 months.

Occasionally available is the rarer subspecies Hadrurus arizonensis pallidus which is a color morph of Hadrurus arizonensis. which is pale to the point of almost appearing colourless.

Online Resources

Literature References

Hadley, N. F. (1968). Surface Activities of Some North American Scorpions in Relation to Feeding. Ecology 49(4), pp. 726-734.
Williams, S. C. (1969). Birth activities of some north american scorpions. Proc. Calif. Acad. Sci. 37(1),