NeverLift

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About NeverLift

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  • Birthday 08/08/1987

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    Westchester New York
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    reptiles, hunting, fishing, cars/trucks

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  1. I have a few multi species bins. They all seem to thrive, and it saves space. Surinams and red runners is one of my favorites, lots and lots of roaches in that bin... Death heads and beetle mimics, peppereds and dominos, banana and chromes, hustlers and kenyans, widehorns and halloweens. The only issues you run into is if the nymphs look similar it can be hard to separate them if needed. Separating the species in general is a hassle but not much more then a thorough deep cleaning.
  2. I have them in a 16 quart ziploc gasket bin with 1-2 inches ABG substrate and some cork and eggcrate. I keep half of th substrate wet and a heat pad under the dry side. They like to burrow but they often scurry across the surface, and they hide under cork and egg flats. The adult males can climb. They're so tiny they can live with other roaches just fine. My 16 quart bin has hustler roaches, little kenyans, dwarf purple isopods, and buffalo beatles in it and they are all thriving.
  3. I keep morning geckos, they are a little smaller then Eurydactylodes. I feed mainly fruit flys, then once they're bigger little kenyan roaches. They also get some rice flour beatle larva, lesser mealworms but fruit flys are easier. They also get small some red runner and surinam nymphs, but again the little kenyans are easier. When I say easier, I mean to grab a few the right size out of the cultures. Ive also seen an adult mourning gecko going to town on springtails, so put some of them in there too.
  4. Wow thanks for sharing, The nymphs look awesome!
  5. Welcome from New York USA
  6. I do the same, its a lot more time consuming, but the results are worth it.
  7. Wow they are cool! Good luck!
  8. The crates will last a lot longer if you put them vertical. Freeze it to kill any roaches or ooth you missed, so they don't establish anywhere unwanted.
  9. I would have a second bin ready and you just transfer over the egg crates. Then pick out any left over roaches and ootheca, and freeze the dirty substrate before chucking it. Are your eggcrates set up vertical, because most of the frass should fall to the floor. I keep mine on moist cocofiber with springtails.
  10. I give fresh veggies/fruit once or twice a week and remove it when I see mold. Dry food I try to keep available at all times. Like you said with high humidity enclosures thats not possible, so they get a small amount once or twice a week.
  11. Thanks @Hisserdude @Cariblatta lutea I'll be sure to update the forum with how they do and if the ooth hatch.
  12. The ones I'm afraid could possibly establish in my house. I keep in a sterilite gasket bin, no ventilation I just make sure to open it everyday.
  13. WOW congrats,and best of luck with it. So angry I had to work today. What vendor had them?
  14. I thought it was displayed below my name/avatar. Westchester, New York, USA, Earth.