- Jul 23, 2016
I'm pretty sure these are isopods but I would feel better if some of you also think that! I bought 10 mature, WC N. americanus and I didn't purposely include isopods. I have only had them a short time, but saw eggs a few weeks ago. Should I have any concern with them in with these Cherry Foots? Is there a photo with grain mites, springtails, isopods, commensal mites, etc. shown together for comparison? That would be a great resource for newbies like me... This photo is of his underbody. I am thinking the arrangement of the legs says isopod. Also, I looked online at some pedelings and it seems their head is more segmented.