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Are you keeping any of these isopods? 

  • Oniscus asellus 'BC Maple' 
  • Porcellio Scaber ‘Lemonade’ 
  • Porcellio Scaber ‘Orange Embers’  
  • Armadillidium vulgare "Orange Vigor"

Added:

  • Porcellio scaber “Yellow Snow”
  • Trachelipus rathkii 'Pumpkin Pod'

There seems to be limited information and photos of them.

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On 11/30/2020 at 1:13 AM, Croal said:

I have BC Maple. I find them pretty easy. They are hardy and are a little slow growing.

Thanks for the reply!

I've read that BC Maple are sensitive to warm temperatures.  In your experience does that seem to be true?

Did you try and post pics?  I couldn't view the links. 

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5 hours ago, Acro said:

Thanks for the reply!

I've read that BC Maple are sensitive to warm temperatures.  In your experience does that seem to be true?

Did you try and post pics?  I couldn't view the links. 

Not that I have noticed! My culture is not big by any means but they have had babies. They could be. 
Yeah, not sure why the links didn't work. 
Here's a another try Hope These  Three work! 

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19 hours ago, Croal said:

Not that I have noticed! My culture is not big by any means but they have had babies. They could be. 
Yeah, not sure why the links didn't work. 
Here's a another try Hope These  Three work! 

Great photos!  Thanks for posting them!  😊

I like how you can see (in the 1st photo) that the young one has the same coloration as the adults! 

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