jebbewocky Posted March 23, 2021 Share Posted March 23, 2021 For years now I have had a giant Black African millipede. That is no longer the case due to a mistake on my part. I keep dubia, which are not as cannibalistic as Eublaberus or Blaberus in my experience. I've also been keeping superworms with them without any discernible issue. I decided to put my millipede in with my roaches. The next day I found an empty millipede shell. I don't know if they killed her and ate her, or if she died and they ate her. I don't believe she was molting, the most likely scenario to me is that she died of the stress of going from a solitary life to being in a colony of roaches; and then they ate her. At least, I hope so. Anyway, for anyone Googling, please do not keep roaches and millipedes together. Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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