Typically centipedes can reach the top of any aquarium as they can grip on the silicone in the corners. So if they have *any* chance to get out of a top they will.
I have had centipedes in the Sterilite bin style you have with no issues. You do need to put small holes in for ventilation, and...
The only critters I have seen this with (which make sense) are tortoises who get free roam of a room or two, a green iguana that has its own room, or a chameleon that will pretty much stay on the plant it is living on with some ground boundaries. Any other reptile is likely a bad, bad idea.
Just checking to see if one of these products is good for isopod enclosures, or are there chemicals/dangers in the way they are processed? I have some from a product called Cameron's Alder Smoker Wood Chips.
@Aquarimax and @Elytra and Antenna, I'm curious about your opinions.
Cork is also quite expensive here.
This likely doesn't help you much in the Philippines, but it might give you ideas. I've been using birch firewood in enclosures for my drier species. Cheap and looks nice. The firewood is already kiln dried, so I just rinse it off and add it.
You should definitely not keep them together. The Caribbean locale version of the this species is parthenogenic, and the Florida version is not. You can see more about this in a search of these forums.
There appear to be 3 types of YouTubers with tarantulas -- 1) those who are looking to promote products, sell merchandise, etc. 2) those looking to make $ off of YouTube views and viewers, 3) pure hobbiests.
@Tomoran will always be the best as he has no ulterior motives other than enjoying his...
The other thing worth mentioning with the isopod hobby is many (including me) are using a one-size fits all approach, throwing everything and the kitchen sink at every species of isopod and seeing what they like. But each species has serious preferences. For example, I'd never guess in a...