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Pseudoglomeris magnifica care and other stuff


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So, I just got these cuties today. I read a lot online about the care for these, but found a lot of different opinions. So I just wanted to know a little bit more about the proper care. 

Do I have to most them? If so how often? 

What's the best food for them?

When do I know which sex they are? 

How is the rate for breeding? 

How long does it take for them to mature? 

And I'm thankful for any other tips :)


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They prefer two thirds of the enclosure be kept dry, while the other third is kept moist at all times, (should mist that area every few days). A high amount of cross and lid ventilation is needed for optimal breeding. Food should consist mostly of pollen and fruits. Adult males have wings, females do not. It takes them 8-12 months to mature on average I believe. 

Females should only take 1.5-2 months to incubate their broods under optimal conditions, if it's taking much longer than that you should either raise the temperature, increase airflow, or make sure the enclosure isn't overrun with springtails or overly dirty. 

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