Seems good, they don't seem to do good in test tubes for me but I see you already have that problem solved. The springtails most commonly on the market (Folsomia candida) are probably the best option to feed her because they are slow and clumsy, and reproduce fast and grow to a decent size.
I actually have Folsomia sp. and Cyphoderus sp. in my area, but they are quite difficult to collect in large amount. Right now I have a large culture of Tomocerus vulgaris and have been putting the smaller nymphs in the setups. Haven't seen any foraging behavior yet, but they love to dig.
Also if anyone is wandering, my setup consists of 2 small plastic cups (bought 50 for $2.50) with homemade compost in between them. I also poked a tiny hole in the middle for hydration. This makes it very easy to feed them as all I have to do is lift the top cup and put the springtails in.
Edited by AntsAreUs, April 16 2018 - 2:10 PM.
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