All About Insects

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About All About Insects

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    Hissing Cockroach
  • Birthday 04/22/2002

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    http://allaboutinsectsblog.blogspot.com/

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    Chicago,Illinois
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    Collecting(from the wild) and culturing a variety of arthropods, creating posts on my blog, taking macro photos of my arthropods, watching(basketball and baseball) and playing sports(baseball, basketball, and Frisbee).

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  1. Thank you! I would love to get any info I can. Haha, what a coincidence! I agree, very nice area full of interesting inverts.
  2. I know right? When I initially saw the first black-winged adult in the enclosure, I was shocked and dead sure that a B.craniifer nymph had gotten mixed in with them! But after my senses came back to me, I noticed that it clearly wasn't B.craniifer. lol Thanks!
  3. I'm also definitely considering preserving my adult male G.oblongonota(my first roach) in resin when he passes away, thanks for providing that link!
  4. Here's the last of my overdue arthropod updates! http://allaboutinsectsblog.blogspot.com/2017/02/gifts-from-woods.html
  5. I'm currently keeping a Blatta orientalis nymph, guess I've finally lost it.....I'm crazy for roaches!
  6. Man, I've been encountering a lot of new/odd morphs! http://allaboutinsectsblog.blogspot.com/2017/02/strange-morphs.html
  7. Man, I can't get enough of these species(especially the P.bolivari)! Congrats on receiving these gems, hope they do well or you!
  8. Welcome to this wonderful forum Gaven! Same here, I've always been interested in them but didn't start keeping any until early 2014, very nice species list BTW! Love the B.giganteus, they've been on my wishlist for quite a while. Anyway, hope we can answer any questions you may have and hope you enjoy your stay here!
  9. Very nice! Who'd you get them from?
  10. I've got a roach and tenebrionid, update-crammed post for you guys! http://allaboutinsectsblog.blogspot.com/2017/02/new-ootheca-babies-and-larvae.html
  11. Very nice! I'm definitely hoping to acquire these along with P.caudelli and maybe P.lata one day.
  12. Sorry, no Arenivaga here, I wish though.
  13. A big congrats! I haven't even heard of anyone ever getting eggs from these!
  14. Awesome! I'll have to pay that museum a visit if my dream of taking a trip to Arizona ever comes true.