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My Roaches!

MassExodus

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No, i used veggies..i didnt realize i needed fruit for them..damn. The bullet roach sounds promising, I'll google that one.
 

Hisserdude

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No, i used veggies..i didnt realize i needed fruit for them..damn. The bullet roach sounds promising, I'll google that one.
Yeah, pretty much all Blaberids need fruit for good reproduction, many will refuse to give birth without fruit offered regularly.

Panchlora sp. "White":
Medium sized nymph :)








Drymaplaneta semivitta:
More hatchlings! :D




 

Hisserdude

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Arenivaga cf. genitalis:
Adult female




Cariblatta minima:
Adult female




Drymaplaneta semivitta:
Nymphs






Pycnoscelus surinamensis:
Adult male, (super rare and sterile)




Nymphs




Rhabdoblatta formosana
Nymphs! :D




Compsodes schwarzi:
Adult male






Panchlora sp. "Speckled" (New to the hobby, I'm one of the two people keeping them ATM):
Males








Female




Female and male (female on the left, male on the right)


Gyna centurio:
Male nymph






Female nymph


 

Hisserdude

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Arenivaga sp. "Algodones Dunes" (Likely A.darwini):
Male nymph (unfortunately all I have are two males)






Arenivaga sp. "Dell City":
Nymphs and females








Lucihormetica subcincta:
Male




Female




Pair


Lucihormetica grossei:
Male




Female




Male L.grossei and male L.subcincta comparison:


Eurycotis improcera:
Nymphs






Deropeltis sp. "Jinka":
Nymph






Panchlora sp. "Costa Rica Yellow"
Nymph


 

MassExodus

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I love the Lucihormetica spp. Your collection just keeps getting better Dude. Congrats on the breeding as well.
 

Hisserdude

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I love the Lucihormetica spp. Your collection just keeps getting better Dude. Congrats on the breeding as well.
Me too, they are one of my favorite new additions! :D Thanks, and this is just the beginning, if all goes well, I'm going to be getting a lot of interesting new roaches later this year. :)
 

Hisserdude

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Drymaplaneta semivitta:
Freshly molted nymph




Gyna centurio:
Adult male




Paranauphoeta discoidalis:
Mixed




Lucihormetica grossei:
Female


Male








Pseudomops septentrionalis:
Female






Panchlora sp. "Speckled":
Female


 

Hisserdude

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Latiblattella lucifrons:
Adult female




Eurycotis lixa:
Small nymph


Gyna caffrorum:
Adult female




Freshly molted adult male




Ischnoptera deropeltiformis "Ruby Red"
Nymphs




Drymaplaneta semivitta:
Nymphs






Lucihormetica grossei:
Adult male




Gyna centurio:
Adult female






Balta notulata:
Nymph


Arenivaga cf. genitalis:
Nymph






Panchlora sp. "Speckled":
Nymphs! :D








Compsodes schwarzi:
Oothecae






Adult female (or at least I think it's an adult female...)
 

Hisserdude

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Latiblattella lucifrons:
Oothecae




Male






Anallacta methanoides:
Oothecae




Nymphs










Arenivaga sp. "Dell City":
Male




Compsodes schwarzi:
Hatchling


Polyphaga saussurei:
Hatchlings






Deropeltis sp. "Jinka":
Nymphs




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Parcoblatta caudelli:
Male




Female


 

Hisserdude

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Corydidarum pygmaea:
MORE BABIES!! :D




Eurycotis improcera:
Nymphs






Drymaplaneta semivitta:
Adult female!!! :D




Dorylaea orini:
Hatchlings


 

Whitelightning777

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I'm thinking of using lobster roaches or hissers for feeders. What type of enclosure is used for ones that can run up glass? A cricket keeper looks like it won't work.
 
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