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PostPosted: Sat Oct 10, 2015 11:30 am 
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[list=][/list] hi everyone pretty new to this millipede game but i love them haha! Had a AGB about a month now she's fine eats like a horse and sleeps a lot(I'm sure there lazy by nature haha) but I'm looking to get two more biggish millipedes who are active and not always burrowed (i know that's normal millipede behaviour but some do it more than some from what I've read).

All help would be appreciated guys thanks a lot
craig :)


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PostPosted: Sat Oct 10, 2015 7:07 pm 
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Useful "biggish" pedes would be Spirostreptidae sp 8, Ophistreptus guineensis, Mardonius parilis acuticonus, and more AGBs. All 4 species can be kept together easily. They all like the same foods and conditions.

Keep an eye on your substrate moisture levels. My AGBs tend to be at the surface alot when the substrate is suitibly moist. If the surface dries too much then the AGBs spend more time under the surface.


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