Cariblatta lutea Posted August 21, 2016 Share Posted August 21, 2016 Thanks, me too! If they haven't bred for me in a few months I may end up sending them to him, though I believe the only reason I didn't get offspring from my last female was because she was sick or something, she definitely didn't die of old age. These two should be healthy, so as long as I feed them fruit often and keep them moist I should get offspring from them soon! BTW, do you keep rotting logs in with your Panchlora? I've heard they do better with a rotting log in their cage but I don't have access to rotten logs, just little chunks of rotten wood I collected a few years ago. I mixed some into the substrate, not a whole lot though, hoping a log is not a necessity. I'll keep my fingers crossed for the offspring! I used to have logs in the enclosure, but decided not to use it anymore because it often gets covered with fungi, and my colony do fine without logs anyway. Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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