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  1. I like the fact people are trying to keep and maintain pure wild strains. Keep us posted.
  2. Watching them hunt crickets was amusing. They never lasted long.
  3. That's awesome, maybe these massive roaches will finally become more common.
  4. Still waiting on the details to get the smuggling operation underway. I don't want to move money to PayPal unless I'm gonna use it. #PeriplanetaForHisserDude
  5. I'm guessing someone needs to head to where they have been found in New York and catch a lot of them...
  6. Indeed, he just needs the proper "motivation" to get these most glorious of roaches.
  7. It's fine, can't have too many Periplaneta threads. Glad to see some REAL roaches
  8. Done, pm me the details and I will wire the funds to pay for this. Deadly serious.
  9. I will help foot the bill for such a noble cause. @vfox it's time for pics of your collection, I'm going through Periplaneta withdrawal.
  10. I've found several Periplaneta species in the house while I was down in Florida, most were on the verge of dying due to dehydration and starvation. Some were to far gone to save. A majority of the ones I caught were outside. Blattella is a lot more hardy.
  11. So are Periplaneta, but I don't see you keeping them. Congratulations on the babies.
  12. I'd get some Periplaneta species, or red runners, the "roachy roaches" are interesting captives as well, with Periplaneta americana having a very bold personality. And to think a few short months ago I was nervous about keeping them.
  13. I had a tarantula named General Bald Ass, so those names work. Bitchface was a name given to my pokie after he bit me, Karma got him though, when his mate ate him.