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  1. I found my rhino roach pushing each other yesterday. Are they courting?
  2. That means H. brunneri and H. tenebricosa in the hobby are the same species. But they are not either H. brunneri nor H. tenebricosa?
  3. How to differentiate them?
  4. Are these 2 scientific name refer to 2 different species or same species?
  5. Which one is valid name for horseshoe crab roach? Hemiblabera brunneri or Hemiblabera tenebricosa?
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    Eucalyptus species ID

    They are growing at the riverside. The leaves smell like peppermint + guava.
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    Eucalyptus species ID

    Just found this Eucalyptus today. Anyone know what species? Is it safe for rhino roaches?
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    My favourite phasmid.

    I am from Malaysia. And this stick insect is from Malaysia too. It likes to eat Cinnamon.
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    My favourite phasmid.

    Marmessoidea rosea
  10. I found this roach in the forest of southern Peninsular Malaysia. What could it be?
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    My Hissers Collection

    Thanks. Besides E. davidi, have I missed any hissers out?
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    My Hissers Collection

    Madagascar Hisser (Gromphadorhina portentosa) Tiger Hisser (Princisia vanwaerebeki) Wide Horn Hisser (Gromphadorhina oblongata) Halloween Hisser (Elliptorhina javanica) Dwarf Hisser (Elliptorhina chopardi) Flat Horn Hisser (Aeluropoda insignis)
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    Acacia for rhino roaches?

    I am from Malaysia. I can't find any oak tree or sweet gum in my area. But Acacia is very common in Malaysia.
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    Acacia for rhino roaches?

    Anyone has experience with feeding Acaciaa auriculiformis to Macropanesthia rhinoceros? Is it safe for them?
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