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Leucocoprinus birnbaumii in enclosure?


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I just had a ton of these start sprouting in several of my roach bins and also my scorpion tanks. (None in the enclosures where my roaches have been sick, strangely enough.) I'm removing them as I find them, but there are tons more coming up and I really don't want to have to replace the pea moss since I don't want to loose any egg cases or small nymphs. Everything I've read says they're harmless to normal pets, but I wanted to make sure this was true for roaches as well. As far as I can tell they aren't eating them or bothering them, so I didn't think they would cause a problem, but some assurance would be nice. :) Thanks!

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