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roach question

Discussion in 'Invertebrate Pet Talk' started by paolo escoto, Mar 10, 2013.

  1. paolo escoto

    paolo escoto Active Member

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    well. my b lateralis colony finally gave me eggs. three eggs. what do i do with it? do i just leave it be or seperate it in a smaller contaier so i won't have the hassle of catching the nymphs for my slings? i've also heard about "egg incubators." how do i make them?
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    khatchet Well-Known Member 3 Year Member

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    I dont know about the egg. But I can tell you how to make the incubator inbox me if you still need to know how.
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    paolo escoto Active Member

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    thanks man. but my slings can eat regular sized ones now.
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    khatchet Well-Known Member 3 Year Member

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    Cool Im glad you got them.
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    If you ever need hatchlings you can just set a bunch on the bottom of a tall deli cup in the main container. They'll hatch right in there and you can easily catch them for feeding time. Just don't leave them in there more than a day or so. Otherwise just leave them in the main tub or place them in a grow out tub. They'll hatch on their own.