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Indeed! That's why I plan on culturing various isopods in my area :)

Well do keep us posted, I would like to see all the cool natives in your area! And judging by the rich biodiversity near you, I would assume there are a few more. :)

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Cool! Hope they do well for you! :)

Thanks :) So far they've been breeding like bunnies for me and I'm seeing quite a number of babies in the enclosure

Well do keep us posted, I would like to see all the cool natives in your area! And judging by the rich biodiversity near you, I would assume there are a few more. :)

Apparently there's at least 3 native species of isopods in my state (probably more) so I'm hoping to get them all :) I'll post what I find

Hmm, I think I've seen those but dismissed them as nonnative Trichoniscus.

They seem to be widespread in southeastern US so you may well have seen them.

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