Bugboy3092

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About Bugboy3092

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  • Birthday 01/17/2003

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    Georgia
  • Interests
    Insects, mostly beetles, roaches, and velvet ants
  1. Btw how do you get the blue death feigning beetles to breed? Mine had larvae last year but they ended up dying and I never learned the stimulus for laying eggs.
  2. Well that's good ?, I forgot the brand, but it didn't say anything about pesticides.
  3. For roaches I have Gromphadorhina portentosa, Therea petivernia, and I'm getting blaptica dubia. Also, if you're getting into millipedes I'd recommend Narceus Americanus if you're looking for a good beginner species, as they're easy to care for, breed easily, live a long time, and grow to over four inches in length.
  4. Thanks, as for beetles, I've got d. Tityus larvae, cotinis nitida larvae, euphoria sepulcralis , mecynorrhina torquata larvae, bolitotherus cornutus, a warrior beetle, eleodes hispilabris and obscurus, asbolus verucossus, cryptoglossa variolosa, a large hide beetle species from New Mexico (forgot the name again ?) , a P. Muelleri, tenebrio molitor, zophobas morio, and platycerus viriscens. I'm not sure if I have more, but I might
  5. No side effects yet, hope it stays that way
  6. Hi y'all, I'm just another Bug loving kid from GA looking for advice, bugs, and acquaintances! I do raise a few species, not as feeders at the moment (though I am getting dubias for that purpose) but I'd like to get into the roaches more, as I've mainly been focused on beetles up until about eight or nine months ago when I got my first hissers, and I'd like to be more diverse in the insects I'm raising.
  7. So after feeding my darklings with cracked birdseed I decided to experiment a little and gave some to my hissers, mind you I don't have a very large colony (three adults and somewhere around 30 to 40 nymphs) but five minutes later half the seed was gone and a few were sitting there eating. I've never had a reaction like that before and I'm kind of wondering if this is good for them?