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Only flat backs produce the cyanide. The only millipedes that will actively go after live plants are greenhouse. Long as you supply leaf litter...
Caught him fishing
I’ve tried breeding the smaller flats several different ways and still have had zero luck. Longest lived one was 3 month :( I did find the ones...
Just do top layer substrate change more regularly (be careful) and always leave some poop in there for them
Also I see no reason to separate them till they’re juveniles, unless it’s a communal setup
I don’t know till what age but the babies do need their parents poop.
Some kind of milkweed beetle
Both waiting for more food after only an hour lol
All millipedes require high moisture but some sono just need a bit less. That’s really the only difference honestly. Just add maybe 20% sand to...
Yes that is courting but ya she probably just goin down for a molt
I brought it home 2 days ago and now it’s white
I have 8 North Americans in 55gal and I need to scoop poop and add leaves weekly ( I did have some canyons sneak in)
Well my question is, do they not scrap me cuz I’m gross? :depressed: Lol
I’ve never been scraped far as I can tell but I’ve read on here that was a thing
They’re scraping it sounds like. They may just need a source of calcium
Ground mite most likely then but still harmless
My old set up for mine. I’ll post my new setup when I get home
Drilled hole while submerged in a bath on lid (takes awhile) I actually locally sourced them. A place called devils hole here has a strange...
Might just be picking food off one another
I use crushed dry egg shells. Millipedes couldn’t care but my isopods love it