TiercelR

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About TiercelR

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  • Location
    mexico city
  • Interests
    falconry, and keeping: terrarium animals, stick insects, mantis, roaches.
  1. Hisserdude, Redmont and Matttoadman, many thanks for your replies, regards.
  2. Hi, in what bins the roaches are they more prolific, inside the small bins (27 Qt or less) or inside the big bins (more than 27 Qt) ? thanks.
  3. Distaff, thanks for your reply. Regards.
  4. Bufo Bill, thanks for your reply. Regards.
  5. stanislas, thanks for your reply, regards.
  6. Matttoadman, Redmont, Hisserdude, BlattaAnglicana, All About Insects, Friday and Tleilaxu. Many thanks for your replies. Regards.
  7. Hi, to have roaches for the roaches themselves? i mean not only to have them lonely as live food, but yes as true pets themselves. I mean for love to the roaches. Thanks.
  8. Hisserdude, Redmont, and Betta132, thanks for your replies, regards.
  9. Hi, which food is better for the roaches? cat food pellets or dog food pellets or chicken food pellets or fish food pellets? i do feed my roaches with dog food pellets, fruit and veggies,, but i don´t know if the dog food pellets are the best for my roaches. Thanks.
  10. nepenthe, thanks for your reply.
  11. Matttoadman, thanks for your reply.
  12. Tleilaxu and Guest AlexW, thanks for your replies.
  13. Guest AlexW and Redmont, thanks for your replies. Regards.
  14. Hi all, i have three roach colonies, one is of hissers, other is of lobsters, and the last is of red runners. I have noticed that the colonies of hissers and lobsters don´t have a particular smell, but the red runners colony (turkistan roaches) do have a particular pungent smell. Also i am interested in to purchase soon a colony of dubia roaches. my question is: the dubia roaches do have a particular smell too? or they don´t have it? thanks, regards, Roberto.
  15. Hi Peter, greetings again! thanks for your commentary, long time ago since the last time we contacted. Once i did e-mailed to your parents to the e-mail you gave me a some years ago, with the purpose of to send them a few of ova as a gift of E tiaratum, and i told them i knew you in the live insect keeping hobby, but i haven`t reply. I remember you commented me that your parents actually keeps living invertebrates as are mexican moths and anothers local bugs. This species of giant Scolo is the most seen in the central area of Mexico, but i don`t know if it actually have a scientific name. This species may reach around of the 3 to 4 inches large. Thanks, regards.