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About Hisserdude

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  • Birthday 03/13/2000

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    Idaho, USA.
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    Keeping inverts, including cockroaches! Also gardening, reading, playing Monster Hunter and watching My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic and Doctor Who.

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  1. Finally, one of my ooths hatched!!!
  2. Hopefully he still has some and just hasn't put them on the site yet due to him waiting for the culture to grow more.
  3. Awesome, it's definitely a book worth getting, hopefully it'll arrive it your library quickly!
  4. I think @CodeWilster was keeping them, not sure if they've bred for him or not...
  5. Good to know! That species and the Black x White-eyed Periplaneta americana are actually on my wish list, both are very cool!
  6. Yes, but only for one generation, which I can deal with I suppose! I've just got WAY too many new acquisitions planned this year to dedicate a whole breeding enclosure to Periplaneta now.
  7. Every three days, (like with all my collection), and I just mist them. Think I may need to add more ventilation though, which may make the enclosure dry out faster, we'll see!
  8. Supposedly high and consistent moisture levels and good ventilation are needed to keep them happy, that's where I think I went wrong last time, I allowed the top layer of substrate to dry out in between waterings.
  9. No, I really do think it can, that's what worries me... Well, ya'll can send me as many Periplaneta as you want, but you can't stop me from separating each sex to avoid breeding them!!!
  10. Well hopefully the mold and such will help degrade them for you!
  11. No, I know I don't LOL! Like getting Alan to smuggle them into my house?
  12. Haha well the adults are a noticeable stouter in appearance, and the nymphs are much more attractive than Periplaneta nymphs IMO! But yeah the adults superficially look a lot like P.australasiae! About two dozen, so I'm hoping to get a large amount of offspring from them! (If I can get their ooths to hatch that is...).
  13. These are the same generation as those hatchlings in the above post, they're all grown up now! (Or nearly so at least!).
  14. Me neither, but Orin states it multiple times in his books, and I've personally had small grain mite infestations from using fallen leaves that are too fresh.