Cariblatta lutea

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  1. These were found in cliffs located in dry desert Thanks
  2. Sadly he doesn't ship outside EU
  3. Hmmm....in that case I'll make one last guess that will contain multiple species Macropanesthia spuritegmina Macropanesthia kraussiana Geoscapheus woodwardi
  4. Ooh....could one of them be Polyzosteria mitchelli?
  5. Yep and it seems that these are easy to raise and breed so I'm sure they'll become common in the hobby! Thank you
  6. Thank you I really hope they are easy to breed since I'm getting some CA ones this week! I'd hate to see them perish under my care! Thank you So far they've doing ok for me
  7. I got super lucky with these guys. My male was presub when I caught it and the female was 3 molts behind from catching up with the male so I kept my male cool to slow down his metabolism. When I though my female had caught up with the male my male molted into sub and my female molted into an adult. lol Luckily the male caught up fairly quickly and 3 days after it molted to adult it paired up with my female! Now I have around 30 little nymphs running in the enclosure (even though I sent out around 20 to my friends) and my female is still kicking so I expect to get more nymphs soon.
  8. Call them toad roaches. LOL
  9. Here's a species I've been dreaming of acquiring! I was able to collect more than a dozen while I was staying in El Paso, TX
  10. You are welcome Adults are only 0.35" ish in length! Yep. They are quite small
  11. Reminds me of genus Rhicnoda
  12. Maybe Apolinar's false glowspot roach?
  13. Here are some pics of the first ones that landed into the hobby
  14. Time to clear out my paypal account. LOL
  15. Indeed! If it has ventilated lid then I'd recommend lubbers instead of amblypygids.