Well, I've been keeping my 5 species of isopods in a large, mixed enclosure, but I decided I'd separate my 15 or so Trachelipus rathkii and 60 or so Cylisticus convexus into their own enclosures. I re-housed them in relatively small Ziplock containers with some ventilation holes on the sides. Their substrate consists of coconut fiber and rotten wood, with a layer of rotten wood and dead leaves on top.
Here's some pics of the isopods and their new enclosures!
I also let go of pretty much all of my medium-large A.vulgare( just didn't want to keep the species any more) but I still left most of the substrate in the large container since there are tons of babies from the A.vulgare, C.convexus, and T.rathkii.
Hope you guys enjoyed, and until next time, goodbye!