01-28-2014, 07:49 AM
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Awww, I'm so sad for little-girl Penny and her failed attempts! Thank goodness for the internet! It's so much easier to find info on anything now. . .
I only had this up for a few months, but they did really well - it was lots of fun to watch them, too. They're omnivores, and actually very easy to feed - we stuck to plant matter. They happily nibbled on the plants, moss, and dead leaves in their little setup, and we gave them bits of fruit and veggies, too! I've been asked, and am not sure, if they bred for us - but there were many tiny ones in there that I don't remember catching - so maybe. You should try it over the summer! Make up for all those childhood experiments gone awry! ^__^
I've seriously been considering getting some Porcellio dilatatus when the weather warms up - not for the toads, but to actually keep as pets! They're much bigger than the little guys we find in our backyard, can grow up to around 20mm. Neat critters. . . I <3 Isopods!
lol. . .*ish a nerd*