Can mills and any roach be housed together?

jebbewocky

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I've heard of people keeping A.gigas with G.portentosa with mixed success. Some say it's fine, others insist the hissers will eat the legs off the millis, or the millis will skunk the hissers.

Anyway, I have a community tank of G.portentosa, and B.giganteus, and I was just thinking that adding a pede might be neat.
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Travis K

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You can always try and report back. I have seen successful isopod/millipede/centipede cohabs work well.
 

babyjay

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i have two african mills and two north american mills living in one tank, with a few random plants growing, as well as compost worms living in their soil... :)

seems to be working for them quite nicely... if there are any reasons i should take them out, let me know D:

i've kind of wondered if i could put the mills in with the colony of hissing cockroaches we have at my work... but since there are almost 200+ of them, and only four mills all together, i don't think i want to risk it!
 
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