Here are a couple pics of my new Tityus Bastosi, yes, they are all housed individually (for now) in the cups pictured until they are fully mature. These guys are tiny! The cups are 5.5 oz cups, with cork strips hot glued to the sides, then a cork bark slab provided for climbing and molting. I thought this up the other day to give them more "climbing and usable area" while in the cups. I house them individually as there is less likely for something bad to happen and if/when it does, it can be contained easier. This species seems to be pretty rare in the U.S.
The cups are in kept in a rubbermaid on a shelf that runs 79-83 degrees (26.1 to 23.3 Celsius) during the day. Sorry about my bad pictures, I still haven't figured out my phone yet.
If anyone has any advice, please feel free to chime in! The air holes are pre-punched 1/16" along the top rim of the cup, the substrate is Eco Earth / Coco Fiber.
P.S. - Yes this is a re-post from another forum, sorry if you get sick of that type of thing!