Flat Rock Scorpion For Sale
Physically, it looks like other people of the genus Hadogenes. Their flattened carapace, pedipalps, chela, sternites, and metasoma help them navigate the narrow nooks and ledges of the steep cliffs they call home.
Having extremely developed, curled telotarsal claws that enable for rapid movement inside their surroundings but slow them down on sand makes them unique.
The chela and appendages have a light to golden color, while the legs, carapace, and pedipalps are entirely black. As compared to other scorpion species of a comparable size, the metasoma and stinger are very diminutive.
The rocky, somewhat damp habitat is ideal for the growth of Troglodytes. Ideally, a troglodytes habitat would include lots of empty spaces between the rocks. These animals are extremely sedentary, spending their entire lives climbing and descending the same rocky outcrop. It is impossible for Troglodytes to survive in the desert for very long. The mining industry is one of the main causes of habitat loss threatening troglodytes.
Sexing Your Flat Rock Scorpion
You may specify a preference for a male or female scorpion (or a mix of both) when placing your purchase; however, we cannot guarantee the sex. Nonetheless, we promise that a specialist in invertebrates will make every effort to hand-pick the scorpion(s) you order.
Our 100% unbreakable live arrival guarantee is included with every purchase of a Flat Rock scorpion. Be sure to review our guarantee in its entirety before placing a purchase.
We retain the right to postpone your purchase in the extremely unlikely event of bad weather circumstances, since we sell reptiles, amphibians, tarantulas, and scorpions online responsibly. This measure is taken solely for the protection of the animal(s), and if it is taken, you will be notified by email.