Cubaris sp. White Tiger Isopod Care Guide
The Cubaris white tiger is another great species of the isopods family which can be traced to Thailand. When you see these bugs, the skin is beautiful with white skirts and stripes.
This Cubaris species benefits from limestone substrate and pollen in their habitat. Their reproduction is fast when breeders put them in the right environment.
The Cubaris white tiger has an average size when compared with other Isopod bugs. They survive and multiply in tropical habitats. This Isopod species survives by eating decayed plants, tree breaks and loves a moist environment.
Protein is an important part of their feeding because it lets them grow rapidly and allows them to breed easily. They have a love for cave-like settings and holes where they can hide easily.
Size, Appearance and Behavior
This white tiger is a moderately sized insect and they love straying into the substrates which helps them to molt and breed easily. The white tiger loves a humid environment with more than 85% humid and 15% dry. It takes roughly 40 days for this Isopod species to mature, however, they need to be taken care of.
Caring for Cubaris sp. White Tiger Isopod
An ideal vivarium or terrarium is the usual habitat of this bug. This is a nice enclosure which aids breeding. It is nice to put them in a habitat which is clear so that you can monitor their movement.
Avoid putting too many Cubaris white tigers in a tight environment because they love freedom. The soil you put them in shouldn’t be overwhelmed, and they thrive better in loamy and clay soil.
The Cubaris sp White tiger substrate should have an abundance of tree bark, moss, leaf litter and sphagnum. Breeders should also endeavor to put them in a rich and dynamic soils
The white tiger insects need to be preserved using building blocks that are conducive. These white tiger isopods love eating dead leaves and organic plants as they are vital for their survival.
The fiber and sphagnum help them retain humidity which is required while the dead leaves are their main diets. However, the limestone has been integrated into their enclosed area to duplicate their natural habitat.
The Cubaris white diet is simple and broad. You can give them decayed leaves and plants because of their richness in protein. Protein makes the Isopod plant flourish and increases its reproduction capabilities. The food they can also feed on is tree barks, crushed limestone and decomposed wood.
Temperature and Humidity
The ideal temperature for the Cubaris white tiger Isopod should be about 70-80 degrees Fahrenheit (20-27 degrees Celsius). They prefer a range which is clean and in which the moisture level is maintained. However, sometimes, this could be difficult for those who stay in cold environments.
Breeders in these environments should try to regulate the habitat of the habitat. The Cubaris white tiger species require a humidity level of around 70%. You can manually wet the habitat twice daily for a better humid climate.