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This species has been around since 2018 but still no real identification on it though T. rotundatus (though it is not that species) is floated around. It seems really easy but is still one of the rarest isopods and pretty pricey.

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So pretty, one of my most wanted of those flatter Armadillidae spp., glad they're breeding well for you! :)

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1 hour ago, Allpet Roaches said:

They seem pretty easy but also the shortest lived isopod I've kept.

Huh, good to know.

BTW, a bit off topic, but I'm curious whether you have Porcellio succinctus or not? One of my dream Porcellio but I never see them available.

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They are nice.  What is the lifespan, enclosure requirements?


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