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    ideas for 15 gal isopod tank

    I have set up a tank for two species of isopod I found in my backyard. They are doing really well and breeding. The tank has layers of gravel, eco earth, and some kind of mulch that was included in a snake kit. I am looking for pet that would do well in here.
    It can eat isopods but not wipe them out.
    it must like humidity, I mist this tank every day
    Ideally it would be OK at room temp

    I'd like a tarantula but I have read that they need smaller tanks so they don't fall. Is this true?
    Hermit crabs are way to complicated and will out grow it.
    Maybe an american toad? Or a ribbon snake? Open to any ideas except centipedes. I quite like millipedes, though.
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    Re: ideas for 15 gal isopod tank

    A picture of the setup would help.

    What are the temperature variations of your setup throughout the year? Is the temp. stable or does it fluctuate?
    *.* TNTC

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    In the winter it usually is between 66-70 degrees F and in the summer around 80. I would add a hide and a larger water dish when I decide on a main critter.
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