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  1. I have various teas that I use and I was wondering if roaches will eat the used tea leaves. Would the used tea leaves be beneficial for them, or might the leaves harm the roaches? I use mint teas, hibiscus teas, green and black teas.
  2. Anyone feed used tea leaves to their isopods? I have non-caffeinated leaves (like mint tea, hibiscus tea, etc.) and caffeinated leaves (like green and black teas) too. Will the used tea leaves be a beneficial food for isopods? Will is somehow be harmful? What are your experience and thoughts?
  3. No, people can't even eat that.
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    I'm back! (on a trial basis...)

    You bet, I know some techniques.
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    I'm back! (on a trial basis...)

    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'm back! (on a trial basis...)

    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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    What do you use for substrate?

    Straight up coco fiber. Can be moist or dry depending on the species. Maybe some dead leaves for species that need it.
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    Prescription Pill Bugs

    Found this photo and I wanted to share. 😋
  9. Acro

    Hi from Kansas City!

    Welcome to the forum! What beetles do you keep? 😊
  10. Acro

    Native Isopods?

    Huh . . . I never knew to search Bug Guide like that. Thanks. That's the other thing, I'm trying to differentiate between native and introduced.
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    Native Isopods?

    What isopod species are native to Georgia and Florida?
  12. As part of a varied diet, I've fed Hisser nymphs to: Red Eared Slider Turtles, Northern Red-Bellied Turtles, Mississippi Map Turtles, Leopard Geckos, Centipedes, African Water Scorpions, Tarantulas, Assassins, Large Goldfish and (I think) Hamsters. Maybe a few others over the years, but I don't currently recall. Good Luck! (PS, you could always separate Male and Female Hissers before they have the chance to breed.)
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    Isopods drowning

    Make sure the rock is too large for the frog to swallow.
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    Onomeris sp.

    Are you keeping and breeding these?
  15. My isopods only get supplemental food once a week. So they aren't getting too much. I will mostly be growing ground orchids and rare house plants in my aquaponic system and will only grow 2 or 3 veggies or herbs for the bugs. Whatever veggies or herbs I grow will be fed to my isopods, roaches and mealworms.
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