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  1. I don't think I've shared this specimen here before.
  2. Hopefully more people have success so they become as common as Gyna lurida!
  3. Very rare millipede from central Florida. Fortunately they were fairly easy to breed.
  4. That's what I'm suspecting. Hoping they'll lay eggs this winter
  5. So far none have died in my care but there's no sign of babies
  6. I collected them at Big Pine Key, FL under limestones. Apparently they are found throughout the Keys. I raised mine on fish flakes, squash, apple, and dog food.
  7. Yep. Got more babies recently and the first batch of babies are almost mature now.
  8. These were collected from Tampa, FL. They have similar color to Ocala strain, but adult females develop yellow spots on the margin of their abdomen.
  9. Relatively easy species to breed and care for.
  10. I was lucky enough to see hundreds of these on a hike. Interestingly, only 6 of the ones I saw were females.
  11. I keep it moist. Never kept it dry before. Also, not all wood seems to work (probably has something to do with the level of decay) but the sawdust from wood pellet has worked for me.
  12. I keep mine on sawdust from wood pellets (tractor supply's wood pellet seems to work the best). You just mix it with potting soil (20 potting soil to 80 sawdust) and let it age for about a week. I keep mine on moist side. Interestingly they only seem to breed in spring time. I've had them for 3 years now and I've only see newborns pop up when the spring warmth hits.
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