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Pseudolychas ochraceus husbandry questions

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Hi, I currently have 3 Pseudolychas ochraceus scorpions and I don't know much about there care. I couldn't find much information about them and was hoping some of you might have some experience with them
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This is one of the pages I came across when I did my research, but it's mostly just general info you get in field guides. It's still interesting though!
 

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This is one of the pages I came across when I did my research, but it's mostly just general info you get in field guides. It's still interesting though!
Reading the article explains all the husbandry one would need to keep this species. This article is a gem...there's 100s of other species in the hobby with less or no info at all. Sometimes we have to take what we got and run with it.
 

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Reading the article explains all the husbandry one would need to keep this species. This article is a gem...there's 100s of other species in the hobby with less or no info at all. Sometimes we have to take what we got and run with it.
Well I'll record what conditions they seem to prefer in their natural habitat and post what I find on a dedicated thread.
 

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Reading the article explains all the husbandry one would need to keep this species. This article is a gem...there's 100s of other species in the hobby with less or no info at all. Sometimes we have to take what we got and run with it.
Well I'll record what conditions they seem to prefer in their natural habitat and post what I find on a dedicated thread.
This is how the hobby evolves
 

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I read that these are parthenogenic, and um... yeah
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Nice
More than 2,000 species are thought to reproduce parthenogenically and you've got 1
 

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