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Honestly I just toss them in, but soaking them might speed things up a bit.
Most millipedes don’t require supplemental heating, as they are accustomed to relatively the cool microclimate underground and in the layers of...
I haven’t kept them, but would love to see some photos or video of the ones you have collected.
One thing to keep in mind is that magnolia leaves will eventually soften enough for isopods to eat. I offer my isopods magnolia, and though it...
Congratulations on your new amblypygid!
I would remove the cricket for now, and try it again in a few days or a week. If they get hungry, they...
i just posted a video on Blue Death-Feigning as pets, and included an update on my breeding project:
I agree with @StampFan, probably Oniscus asellus. Nice find!
The middle photo, and the larger one on the left in the lowest photo, seem to be Porcellio spinicornis.
I hope you can get a strain going! Best of luck with them.
Nice find! I found one in one of my Dairy Cow colonies, but I did not attempt to isolate the trait.
Adult Spirostreptus sp. #1 are pretty surface active. The pedelings less so.
Adult flamelegs, in my experience, are the same way.
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Thank you! :) They certainly did! I always amazed by how little additional light bothers them.
Delighted to hear it!
They have something unique about them, definitely!
Especially this species! P. laevis and Porcellionides pruinosus, and...
I love feeding my Porcellio laevis...they are voracious, even in bright light. I fed them three new foods in this video: a whole dried minnow...
Quite a few larvae have shown up and are growing...soon comes the challenging part...inducing pupation!
Not necessarily...they can do fine at room temps.
Thank you, that looks like it! I appreciate your help. :D
My daughter snapped this with her phone and sent it to me. It’s not the clearest photo ever, but is anyone familiar with this species? I don’t...