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***ISOPODS NEW TOPIC***

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There is an invertebrate species that has evolved long ago to walk on land. They are easy care and quick to reproduce morphs.

Isopoda as a species exist in the deep oceans and on land. We call them pill bugs 🐛 but they are closer to shrimp 🦐 than bugs. 
 

They can get into so many different morphs in size and color. The Porcellio species has been morphed into Dairy Cows 🐄, Orange Koi, Albino, and hybrids. New species have been discovered recently making some of these isopods even cuter. Little Rubber Duckies found in Thailand limestone caves and you can see how they get their names 

 

 

 

 

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I want to know who is going to be first to put up one of those isopod wall charts in their house?  Can go next to the zoanthid and/or clown posters....

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Maybe if more people collect different morphs. I’m starting with several morphs and if they reproduce in a few months I will get some of the higher end giant species, or Cubaris Rubber Ducky’s species.

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You need to get into keeping some of these @badxgillen I will have some cultures in a few months


this has got to be the best collection of the high end isopods in current collections. Only wild unknown species remain, along with new morphs made from inbreeding these lines for recessive traits

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