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  1. That would be a cool photo to see. No need to freeze one for a photo. I'll contact DartkNightExotics eventually, and I'll ask how the photos were made.
  2. To be 100% sure, I'd contact the Children's Museum and ask them what other roaches they keep in their collection. You'll likely get an exact species, or at least narrow down the options. Good Luck!
  3. Super cool Orin! Nature always seems to amaze! Did you happen to get any photos??? Also, maybe there is another wavelength black light that was used for the photos from DartkNightExotics? I talk to him every now and then, but haven't talked for months, so I haven't been able to ask.
  4. They kept slowly dying under my care, so before they all died out, I sent them off to a friend. Haven't talked to him in a while so I'm not sure how they are doing. I did get your big isopod book for Christmas, so I'm better armed for next time.
  5. Great photos! Thanks for posting them! 😊 I like how you can see (in the 1st photo) that the young one has the same coloration as the adults!
  6. Super cool, I used to keep those, seeing that photo makes me miss them. What are they feeding on?
  7. I had a good sized group of Armadillidium Werneri, about 30 or so. I kept them just like my Armadillidium klugii 'slano' and Armadillidium nasatum 'peach' (ventilated container, half substrate dry, half moist, same foods, etc.). I had them for about 8 months, and somewhere in that time, then they just started dying. It was about 1 to 3 a month that would die. They didn't seem to be reproducing, and all I was left with was a beautiful group of a few adults. I ended up sending those survivors to a friend to see if he had better luck. Now that they are gone . . . I've been thinking abou
  8. I know that Armadillidium vulgare "tangerine" was isolated from Armadillidium vulgare "Punta Cana" locale. Check it: https://www.smug-bug.com/available-animals/Armadillidium-vulgare-tangerine-p151812009 But I don't know the genetics of Armadillidium vulgare "St. Lucia", but it may be possible. Good Luck!
  9. Thanks for the reply! I've read that BC Maple are sensitive to warm temperatures. In your experience does that seem to be true? Did you try and post pics? I couldn't view the links.
  10. I've read that fresh peanut butter will glow under a black light too! But I've yet to test it out. It seems that at least one Cubaris species will glow too: (Cubaris sp. ‘Blonde Rubber Ducky’ from dartknightexotics reddit page)
  11. I just found out that some isopods will glow under UV light! (Trichorhina tomentosa pictured, from dartknightexotics.com) Are there any other species that do this???
  12. It's funny that you ask . . . I was just researching about them today! Check this: http://shrimpkeep.com/asellus-aquaticus-care-sheet/ If you take any photos, please post them here!
  13. Are you keeping any of these isopods? Oniscus asellus 'BC Maple' Porcellio Scaber ‘Lemonade’ Porcellio Scaber ‘Orange Embers’ Armadillidium vulgare "Orange Vigor" Added: Porcellio scaber “Yellow Snow” Trachelipus rathkii 'Pumpkin Pod' There seems to be limited information and photos of them.
  14. Wow . . . somehow I missed this! Super job, thanks for posting!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! This should be a "sticky"!
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