Yeah, that should be fine. The only ones I'd be concerned about cohabiting would be some of the larger predatory beetles. I currently have a mix of diabolical ironclad beetles, black death-feigning beetles, wooly darkling beetles, and a few other assorted Eleodes species in with my desert millipedes. I have also had the occasional longhorn beetle in there - albeit temporarily, because the adults don't live too long.I was planning on having blue/black death feigning beetles, and darkling beetles. Do you think that would work?
I'm keeping Ornate harvestmen and a Harlequin flower beetle with mine. It seems to be going well. There was once an earwig, but i haven't seen her in a while.Bump. I was wondering this same exact question. Could I keep a couple gold millis with my blue feigners? Also are there any other desert insects I could keep with them outside of darklings? Ty