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i did and found out the answer is yes, i had not been searching using the correct term, thanks.
 

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It isn't really a giant isopod. I think some froggers recently gave them that name because they are bigger than the dwarf isopods dart frog keepers usually keep.
 

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For some reason I haven't had any luck with these as adults. I have tons of babies boom, but then never see the adults. I had adults, but then they just disappeared. Not sure what is going wrong with the cultures since I have tons of offspring.
 

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I use cucumber thick cut peels.... I then dip that into some repashy Cal+ to help suppliment cal. In fact I just got a culture that was doing poorly back from the brink with this. I also have a video of orange isos that would hunt fruit flies that were dusted with cal. After getting some advice from a long time member here I add cal to all of my iso cultures either by mixing in some clay or dusting the cucumber.... This culture is now on the verge of booming.

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