Isopods Trichoniscidae sp. “Dwarf Purple” bio-active cleanup crew

You’ll have 25+ In substrate from master culture some babies. The females have them in their pouch!

 Unlike other crustaceans which live on land, landisopods do not need tolay theireggs in an aquatic environment. Instead, theeggs of landisopods are brooded in a fluid-filled pouch on the underside of the female. ... The entire life cycle takes two to three months.

  • Adult Size: 4 mm.
  • Care Level: Easy.
  • Temperature Requirements: 70-90 degrees Fahrenheit.
  • Air Humidity: Not picky.
  • Substrate Humidity: Moist.
  • Favorite Foods: Not picky.
  • Locality: None.

Also known as the “dwarf purple”, “Costa Rican purple”, and “jungle micropod”, this tiny species is a highly efficient clean-up crew in humid enclosures and an amazing feeder for tiny arachnids and amphibians. Unlike the dwarf white isopod, these do not burrow; they prefer to hide under bark or another cage décor, making them easier for predators to find!