Hisserdude Posted June 27, 2016 Share Posted June 27, 2016 My Rhabdoblatta formosana cage has been stinking up my room lately, and my family members are starting to complain... what can I do to reduce the smell? I'm pretty sure it's coming from the dead bodies in the cage, of which there are a lot of, (old adults, not nymphs or anything). I already have a TON of Porcellio scaber breeding in the enclosure, and they have been doing OK with eating the dead bodies until now. I don't know what else I could introduce into the enclosure to eat the bodies. I recently reduced the ventilation in the cage, which is probably what made it smell so bad, however I greatly increased the ventilation a couple of days ago and it still smells, maybe it needs a few more days to air out? Any advice on the matter would be very much appreciated, while the roaches are doing just fine, the smell is really bugging my family. (No pun intended. ) Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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