It's all cleaned out! My blue fang seems much happier. I thought something was up when she was stuck to the top of the cage this morning looking like a pokie. She never dug a burrow, she had a hide in there before but I didn't put it back in with her becuse i'd prefer her to burrow. Apparently there were boluses under her hide with her, which would explain the mites. I have her on somewhat drier substrate would this pose a problem? I've only had her for two weeks and I had mites already....sheesh!!
Grab a few, culture them and raise the offspring to help eliminate possible contaminants. I've done this a few times though sadly lately I'm out and cannot find new WC specimens it seems.
I keep them in some moist "leaf litter" and let them reproduce a few generations and then toss in some smaller ones into the enclosures. I've even had successful generations within the enclosures themselves afterward... I believe I read the common isopod that many call "Rollie Pollie" are found on every continent less the poles so I say why buy when you can raise your own?!