Yes it does! Thank you. Do you know if this is applies to other Serradigitus?hmm I don't recall where I read about it but I do have personal experience. I had a colony of 20 or so individuals and after a year I only had 1 death of unkown cause. It wasn't a large enclosure or anything. They walk all over each other without problems.
Also out in the field you will often find 2 or 3 under the same rock within inches of each other. At night when blacklighting you will often find a rock outcrop and they will be within close proximity....every foot or so.
Hope this helps
That is amazing! The most adults I've found together were 2 C. vittatus and 1 P. reddelli, under a 4th long rotting log. I have found a couple of dispersing broods where I found around 30 within about 5 ft. sq., but I don't think that counts.i've found up to 7 or 8 under a single rock before