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  1. thesavageprojects

    cockroach sim on steam

    http://hfmgames.com/?page_id=80 might have to translate or just look up on steam its on sale for ~$5 usually ~$6 other roach games on steam if interested are cockroach vr bad mojo redux (old) journey of a roach radical roach deluxe edition all with good ratings except radical roach.
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    Venezillo arizonicus

    so whats your technique on harvesting burrows? most all burrows around here (AZ) are underground usually under a bush, some are piles of wood and/or rock. are you just digging them up or flooding them?
  3. D news is a discovery youtube channel, it is not the garbage that discovery does on TV.
  4. electricity and metal = shock risk (not really a problem if you ground it), wood = fire risk, pvc/plastic are the safest by far. If you build with plastic get a plastic welder (looks like a soldering iron). carpet tends to melt more than it burns.
  5. I used to heat a walk in closet then a room with a single heater to avoid the expense/hassle of mats, tape, and cord (cord is my favorite of the bunch with racks). I had a buddy/store owners flex tape torch a chunk of his leopard gecko stock and I've never been able to get myself to try it. Saw the burns he wasn't BSing. The room heaters were cheap, the ceramic kind got the hottest but were to hot for my needs and I used it as a back up. The others had a built in thermostat that were just as cheap and worked for a good couple years of hard constant use. I don't even bother now. I live in AZ and the roaches just slow breeding in the winter so I just over breed them in the warmer months and have extra in the winter (3 months give or take) keep snakes that burmate and heat the few reptiles that need it in rack only in the winter. I got my heaters at target, if you searched you could probably find them cheaper. If you count the garage as room, turkestan roaches breed just fine,
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    anyone read A Guide to the Cockroaches of Australia?

    I also got it for xmas. Only skimmed it so far. It's awesome. Would love to get my hands on macrocerca shiptona (p.120).
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    anyone read A Guide to the Cockroaches of Australia?

    OK I see that the section is "websites and special interest groups". There is no good reason roachforum or allpet isn't there. if you google through www.google.com.au the forum is very easy to find if not the first thing. I retract my previous statement.
  9. thesavageprojects

    Mimic species....

    There is always intelligent designed evolution. What are red-heads mimicking? Awesome sp. Btw.
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    anyone read A Guide to the Cockroaches of Australia?

    I know we usually can't get aussie roaches, but i figure that means i'll see something new. I mean the new cockroach species boom we had with Zephyr/roachcrossing has slowed, I've read your (older/smaller) books, Roth's books, and a bunch of those short/silly books. I'm craving new material. the kunkel site over at http://www.bio.umass.edu/biology/kunkel/cockroach.html is objective and scholarly, its a bunch of references . Here we have a much more subjective site, which is the appeal. It speaks to the average joe as well as entomology nerds. This could been why the author chose to have kunkel and not AR, or maybe hes a dick, just speculation.
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    Any non-skittish, non-shy roaches?

    Eurycotis sp.
  12. A Guide to the Cockroaches of Australia its $33-$50, is it any good, worth the money?
  13. I'm also curious. I have seen wing mutations in germans, can not find the link. And very similar mutations in fruit Flys that are commonly avalable.
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    Ball Python or Corn Snake: Choosing the Best Snake Pet

    Corns. Purely because they do more. Moving around and such. And I've had to many ball fast and it annoys me. Thought I'd mention the smaller locals of boas. Some only make it to 4 ft similar size to balls but without the feeding issues.
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    license and legalities of roach breeding

    Use a vague name. Or at least vague to normal folks. Blatticulture supply co., or calibiological, bill's old fashioned livestock and supply.
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