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How Springtails Can Help Your Closed Terrarium

Published on April 17th 2020

by CandideUK. All rights reserved

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The Terrarium Collection

While springtails might be some peoples nightmare, these little creatures can be beneficial to some closed terrariums, such as the one we made before:
It's thought that these arthropods feed on harmful fungi previously linked to plant diseases and hopefully will clean up Helen's algae buildup in the terrarium as well.

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