A. monilicornis hasn't been seen for a month. Should I worry?

Socfroggy

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Hey everyone, I got an immature A. monilicornis about a month or so back and I haven't seen it since the 9th of May. Should I be concerned or is it likely molting?
 

mickiem

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It could definitely take that long to molt. I try to offer fresh food between 10 & 12 pm so I can check on them when they are more likely to be active. Good luck; hope he is ok.
 

Socfroggy

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I haven't been offering 'treats' as of late. This wouldn't kill the millipede would it?
 

mickiem

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I haven't been offering 'treats' as of late. This wouldn't kill the millipede would it?
I offer fresh food at least 2X a week but I don't think they have to have it as long as there is plenty of rotten wood and leaves. You would have to offer such a small amount for one baby bbbee lest you attract fruit flies.
 
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