- Jul 3, 2012
Bugsincyberspace.com occasionally has them. Maybe Roachcrossing.com sometimes.I've been wanting to do a colony of these for some time. Anyone know who offers them?
Try peeling back bark on fallen trees. I've found a few doing that and they appeared to be a different species to what you have there. Still not the easiest way to find them though, unfortunately. I found that bark that still sticks a little bit or that has lots of humidity and organic debris under it gave me the best chance of finding them. If there were springtails and things there was a decent chance that there would be pseudoscorpions there as well. Honestly, there could have been several more under the bark I was just missing because they're so tiny.I caught two more tonight, sadly I think they are all the same species, I want to find a different kind lol
I catch a lot of them in my house in the summer. I've thought of attempting to breed them. Watering them I just get a tiny piece of paper towel wet and put that in. They suck the water out of it. I feed them springtails I keep cultures of.That's exactly what I thought they looked like lol! I have two colonies now, one with three and one with 5, I think one or two are gravid so that'll be interesting
I would love to hear if they breed and/or two they details about how your colony progresses. Fascinating little creatures.That's exactly what I thought they looked like lol! I have two colonies now, one with three and one with 5, I think one or two are gravid so that'll be interesting