satchellwk Posted September 9, 2012 Share Posted September 9, 2012 So, I relocated both my G. portentoda hissers (about 10) and my blaberus discoidalis (also about 10) to a 5 gallon aquarium recently, for a temporary holding until I set up larger enclosures. I had previously used the enclosure for millipedes, and it still contained substrate and microfauna for it. However, after I added the new decor and roaches, I started noticing some dead isopods. I should've done something them, but I didn't. Now, this morning I found one of the hissers (the smallest male) on its back having what looked like a seizure. I have no idea what caused it ,and why it hasn't affected the others. The only piece of decor that hadn't been used in other terrariums was a piece of driftwood, which, honestly, I don;t remember where I acquired it. I took it out, and plan on moving some stuff soon, but, for now, I'm going to wait and see. I just don't know what could cause this. Any ideas? ( I had to write this quick, since i have to leave. I'll add a bit more setup info once I get back) Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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