Flinders Ranges Scorpion (Urodacus elongatus)

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Minibeast Wildlife - Ethical Captive Breeder

Flinders Ranges Scorpions. Long-lived and one of Australia's largest species!

Adult female 100mm (pictured), males 120mm - sold as unsexed juveniles (2nd instar approx. 30mm) 

  • Scrape dwellers - live in tight spaces they create beneath rocks and logs. 
  • An inoffensive species, very hardy and easy to keep.
  • Suitable for beginners and experienced keepers.
  • Mildly venomous - not considered dangerous
  • Sold as unsexed juveniles.
  • Feeds on a variety of other invertebrates including crickets and cockroaches
  • Captive bred.
  • All Minibeast Wildlife animals are covered by our seven day Minibeast Guarantee and have a free downloadable Care Guide
  • Guaranteed to be mite and parasite free.
  • Permit information:  WA customers require an import permit.
  •                                  All residents of Queensland will require a Native Animal Keeping Licence - click link for more information
You will need:
  • An enclosure
  • Substrate
  • A misting bottle
  • Forceps
  • Access to live food insects


  • 5
    Arrived safe and healthy

    Posted by Trish on 20th Jun 2024

    Cute little scorpion, proud to have it here. Has now had its second feed and is digging and moving around the enclosure. Doesn't like the uv light too much, keeps raising its claws at me if I use it.

  • 5
    Shy Guy

    Posted by Cassandra on 19th Jun 2024

    Arrived safe and sound, and peaking out of its cozy paper towel when I first unpacked it. Placed it in a desert enclosure with a hiding corner. The hiding corner is working: I haven't seen much of it since. A UV torch is a must. Hopefully it will get a bit bolder as it grows.

  • 5
    Flinders Ranges Scorpion

    Posted by Brayden on 17th Jun 2024

    The little guy/girl arrived healthy and on time, hasn’t eaten but settling in very nicely! Burrowed under a flat rock in its enclosure!! Will be shopping here again. Thank you!