Vaejovis carolininaus (Beauvois, 1805)

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Common name: Southern Unstriped/Stripeless Scorpion, Southern Devil Scorpion
Scientific Name: Vaejovis carolinianus
Range: North & South Carolina, Tennessee, Georgia, Alabama, Kentucky and Virginia
Type: Terrestrial, Semi-arborial
Communal: yes
Full Grown Size: 1 1/2"
Growth Rate: Medium
Temperature: 75-80F (24-27C)
Humidity: 70-80%
Temperment: Nervous/Skittish
Speed: Fast
Venom: 1
Diet: Young can eat Pinhead crickets, small roaches, meal worms. Adults can eat medium crickets, small roaches.
Housing: Adults can live in a medium critter keeper, 5 gallon tank, or rubbermaid type container. Young can live in small critter keepers or large deli cups. Being as communal as they are, you can keep several adults in a medium keeper.
Substrate Depth/Type: 2-3" of peat/soil. I like to use plain coconut husk "peat." Keep moist to maintain humidity levels
More info: This species shares its space well as adults, but young can be cannibalistic. Offer rocks/logs/bark/leaves for them to hide in. I used dried leaves from my backyard (microwaved for a short time to kill any unwanted pests.

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