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6 hours ago, davehuth said:

I really dig the high yellow on some of those Orange Vigor individuals

Same here! I'd say that, in my opinion, it is the most stunning form that this morph throws out. :) 

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How do you not have mold on the egg crates in your isopod enclosures? I've seen people use it before, but in my experience it molds far too easily.

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Porcellio spinicornis

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Mixed-size individuals

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21 hours ago, aspenentomology said:

How do you not have mold on the egg crates in your isopod enclosures? I've seen people use it before, but in my experience it molds far too easily.

The egg crate in the Armadillidium vulgare "Orange Vigor" enclosure was actually used in their previous enclosure for months where things were more ventilated and the substrate got a tad drier. When I moved it to the new enclosure, It seems like it somehow microbialy was already used to the conditions in isopod enclosures and somehow resists it now? The other egg crates I have in enclosures which are basically identical or even drier than the aforementioned enclosure are somehow molding, so this supports my theory a bit.

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Porcellio sp. "Morocco"

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Porcellio hoffmannseggi

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Mixed-size individuals

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Armadillidium granulatum

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Cylisticus convexus

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Armadillo officinalis

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Armadillidium peraccae

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