DaisyDog Posted February 7, 2022 Share Posted February 7, 2022 I found little baby isopods in my breeder bin (FINALLY! Ive had them for about 5months). Do I have to do anything special to keep them alive compared to the adults? Food: repashy "morning wood" Moisture: created a gradient (really moist on one side medium moisture in middle and mostly dry on other side). Light: kept in dark cabinet. temp: 50F°-85F° depending on time of day and season. Substrate: mixture coconut fiber and bio dude fauna soil, leaf litter and spag moss on top. Structures: three large cork bark. One at each moisture gradient point Ventilation: two large holes up top with mesh. Moist side partially covered. Other inhabitants: healthy temperate springtails population and, unfortunately, gnats. Thank you!!! 1 Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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