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Thanks for the update, I'm glad they are doing very well. The setup looks amazing.
I have V. Parvus and P. Pruinosus "white out", Isopoda Tarragona, P. Ornatus"High Yellow" and a few others available if you don't mind having them...
I believe that Porcellio Dialatatus is what we call "Giant Canyon Isopods" this confusion is what pushed me to appreciate latin names.
Forgot to mention.... that is ridiculously nice!
Is this for your Innata?
I have been told by several others that I have spoken with in regards to keeping Opiliones, that they can be kept in plastic tubs with substrate...
I'm interested as well.
If you find a source let me know, this is one of my most desirable projects as far as inverts go this year.
Very nice! Good luck with the Bolivari, I hear they are very sensitive to change. I look forward to an update from you.
I have P. Ornatus "High Yellow" AND will be getting several other Spanish isopods this year.
Very nice, they seem to be doing well. Keep up the good work, and keep the updates coming!
Thanks for sharing your care tips!
What's humidity are you keeping the room/tank at.
Thanks, I know a few people that had them and were successful at getting babies. Unfortunately they also no longer keep them.
Whats your setup for the Rhopalomeris, substrate, temp, humidity, etc?
Add me to the list of those intrigued by these guys! I am getting Vonones late March, and have been searching high and low for Metagyndes Innata...
Those are pretty cool, I will have to keep in touch with you.
@mickiem They are beautiful!