Black Rock Scorpion (Urodacus manicatus) Orange NSW form

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A small-medium sized Urodacid scorpion found from Adelaide up the east coast to just north of the Gold Coast, QLD. They are found in short burrows (scrapes) under rocks or occasionally logs. Like most Urodacid scorpions, large individuals are quite defensive and if bothered will mainly pinch with their large, very strong claws and occasionally try to sting. Like all Australian scorpions, they are only mildly venomous. This form is from Orange, NSW and is very large for this species. Orange is in central-southern NSW.


They prefer moist habitats and a small but fairly deep enclosure, filled 3/4 with slightly moist coco peat and a bark/firmly placed rock hide will be fine.


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Weight 0.2 kg

1 review for Black Rock Scorpion (Urodacus manicatus) Orange NSW form

  1. Richard Page (verified owner)

    Once again the staff from Bug Frenzy failed to LET ME DOWN. Packaged well and arrived very healthy. Adapted to her new home wonderfully. (Named her Eusi (yu-see)). Will be purchasing from Bug Frenzy in the future and would recommend anyone thinking of purchasing from here to do so with complete confidence.

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