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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TChKF_vzXDE
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>>3751298
guys could you pls go to your garden/ local forrest and make pics of the isopods? maybe we find a special color or new species!
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>>3751298
>This armor suits you, but it cannot hide that mark
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>>3751298
Pretty sure that's a pill millipede and not an isopod in that video. Look at the body segment count, it's way too high, same with the leg count and its antennae are just bizarre. I was lied to, this video is false advertising.
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Rolly polly
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>>3751383
how much color variety can there possibly be with these things? All the ones Ive seen are dark grey
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>>3751836
agreed yeah
however, both are based. I've got a nice tub of substrate with springtails, various species of isopod, and pill millipedes.
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>>3752006
Now you gotta post pics, anon. Also have you had any success in getting your pill millipedes to breed?
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>>3751999

I've seen indigo ones, but that's due to a viral infection.
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>>3751999
I found some "red"&black, different brown tones with black/grey/white porcellio scaber and oniscus asellus with big green spots
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>>3752224
Sounds interresting, would love some pic
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>>3752409

Specifically it's an infection of Invertebrate Iridescent Virus 31, which forms semi-crystalline microstructures that reflect indigo light. Sadly, the disease is terminal when it reaches this stage, and the infected woodlouse dies in a week or so.
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>>3751999
i wanna get a colony of rubber duckies going.
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>>3751432
Nothing ever will...
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I, for one, welcome our new insect overlords
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>>3753292
Isopods are crustaceans, not insects.
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>>3753122
Thank you! Poor isopods :(
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>>3753277
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>>3753122
you should bring some hairspray and a lighter to cleanse the infected
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>>3751383
sure why not
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>>3751298
op pic is isopod
op video is millipede
curious?
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>>3754447
He looks so smug
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>>3755547
more
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>>3751383
nothing special here
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>>3751383
Here is isopod with spider
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>>3758430
are they friends or did the spider eat it
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>>3758455
I didn’t watch him long enough to find out. I think they’re friends though because there were a bunch of isopods around him that didn’t seem to care.
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>>3751298
they smell like shrimp
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There's the isopod one, and then Glomeris Marginata. The brown/grey isopod ones are so ugly. The g. marginata ones roll into better spheres, too, and more instinctually.
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>>3751999
You'd be surprised
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>>3751298
2009 video jesus
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>>3751298
Childhoods were built off of this bug
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>>3758455
That spider looks pretty fat on isopods
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They're kinda cute actually. Especially the one that looks like a duck. Or Sorocco isopods.



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