RomanBuck

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About RomanBuck

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  • Birthday 04/20/1999

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  1. I don't have a variety of species but I have plenty of tarantulas. I have: 1.1 P. striata 0.1 A. seemani 0.1 G. porteri 0.0.1 OBT 0.0.1 C. darlingi 0.0.9 L. parahybana 0.0.2 L. dificilis 0.0.2 B. vagans 0.0.1 G. rosea Hoping to add some more sometime soon.
  2. What tarantulas do you guys have! Post some pictures!!
  3. Heat will increase growth as long as they are being taken care of. If not, you'll just have weak roaches.
  4. I work in retail and we always watch the ones with backpacks or baggy clothes the most. Plus I wouldn't want to risk getting sued for a couple of roaches....
  5. If they did that, there would be so many idiots holding a defensive tarantula or scorpion. The way they label the inverts is so stupid.... I've seen a G. porteri labeled as B. vagans.... It's getting bad in Minnesota... Could be everywhere else (more than likely) but I've noticed it the most here. My local mom and pop pet store actually gives me the expired foods for a cheap cheap price. Plus I can go in there and collect Germans!
  6. I'm totally using that recipe for my lizard and roaches of course
  7. Best plant for the situation, pothos. Grows like a weed, low temps are fine, it looks cool, and you can make it like a backdrop. That idea just came to me so it would be harder to explain that lol.
  8. That's unfortunate... I guess having some unidentifiable species is cool. Adds a little suspense
  9. There are lots of things that people believe species are but we won't know until it's confirmed by an expert.
  10. Lol. Believe in yourself! I would love to identify new species but I don't have the tools to do it.
  11. Now how bout African bullets lol. Identify those along with Panchlora species giant and I'll be happy
  12. If you are good with Periplaneta, you will end up like me, selling a colony of 300 and still finding ooths all over wood and in different enclosures The only Periplaneta spp. I will now get is japonica. Nothing else other than MAYBE white eyes...
  13. I wouldnt. Nymphs of anything but P. americana would climb right through the vents. I would try and use one of those 2.5 gallon terrariums with the lid that slides out and then hot glue more screen on the existing screen to make the holes smaller. Thats what I would do.
  14. Its nearly impossible to get the right permits for importing "injurious insects" into the U.S. I find its not even worth it to look into.
  15. There will be an exotic animal fair at the VFW barn in cottage grove! There will be reptiles, birds, arachnids, roaches ( ), ect ect. It is on August 16th which is a Sunday 11am-4pm. More info can be found here: https://www.facebook.com/events/431634350353237/ Try to make it! It is the first one to my knowledge!!