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    Maybe I am in error, but I suspect to have a little part (circa 5%) yellow adults under my Panchlora nivea. Could that be or did I everytime see a freshly molten one? Greetings, M
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    I wish you good luck with them. Have you got helpful hints how to breed them? Greetings, Marco
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    Been there, done that. Little things would seem so overwhelming. I know all about it. A therapist can give some real good techniques. But you have to find one you like. If you want to talk more about it, send me a PM.
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    I used to suffer from anxiety, was terrible, had it for several years. I say I "used to suffer from" it, but you actually never get rid of it, you just learn to manage it. I've done amazing and I continue to do better. You will too! Just keep getting up if you fall and stay positive!
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    Well yeah, but if the species is voracious enough to need cuttlebone to chew on when using them as cleaner crews, I'd avoid using them altogether... 😛 Most of my isopod species showed next to no cannibalism even without cuttlebones, but then again I made sure they had plenty of protein rich feed and veggies in addition to their leaf litter, whereas I know of some people who only use the latter in their colonies and expect them to do well...
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    Hope he is okay and not focused on bugs because he is focused on other fun things.
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    Hisserdude has had some improvements in his "white" colony but they still aren't a huge bustling colony and are still at a very precarious position in the us hobby, hopefully if the colony continues to do well and the new dietary changes he has made work out I'll be trading him one of my very rare species for some so we can start spreading this difficult but beautiful species within the hobby?
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