i was checking up on my bugs a second ago to make sure they were alright and everything was good.
i have been busy for a few days and i noticed the substrate int heir cage was really dry. so i was misting it and making it more humid and stuff.
i noticed my flat horned hissing cockroach wasn’t in the usual place where my hissing cockroaches like to chill. (under a toilet paper roll)
so i was sifting around for it and found its half eaten body in the corner! :(
i’m not sure whether it just like.. died… or one of my other insects killed it?
i’m pretty sure one of my other insects didnt kill it… 10 gallon tank with rotting wood and leaf substrate with 2 therea grandjeani nymphs who are getting huge btw!! and 3 therea petiveriana, and a male hissing cockroach immature (daisy, he’s like 2 inches now!), 4 millipedes (apeuthes spec, 2 chicobolus spinigerus, narceus gordanus) and a little flower scarab grub.
would my millipedes just have eaten it because it was already dead and millipedes like eating most things?
i’ve never had an immature die out on me before. should i be concerned or do you think my other bugs will be okay?