Cariblatta lutea

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  1. After 7 months of incubation, one of the ooths hatched!
  2. I 2nd Hisserdude's ID. Those are undoubtedly P. virginica. All the ones in the pics are nymphs.
  3. Nope. I saw orange coloration occurring in both sexes when I went to Alan Grosse's house
  4. Turns out it was Perisphaerus. Not Corydidarum. lol
  5. Where did you hear this? The only death of a person from roach I know of was due to peanut butter allergy (roach had eaten peanut butter prior to being eaten).
  6. Here's a pic of a female (one in the center) showing its abdomen. You can see that it has white abdomen with a bit of black at the center (apparently the amount of black in the abdomen can vary from specimen to specimen).
  7. Unfortunately this species doesn't show any size difference between male and female.
  8. Males have narrower body than females. Also, their abdomen tend to be jet black whereas females tend to have white abdomen.
  9. Wow, didn't know these have made it to Europe now! I keep mine on moist eco earth with few pieces of egg flats and give them dog food and fruit. It's very humid in the enclosure (probably around 70% humidity). Temp stays around 75F atm.
  10. Mine pretty much enjoy anything I throw in such as apple, carrot, cabbage, dog food, etc...
  11. Had some nymphs hatch out recently
  12. Armadillidium sp. "Montenegro" babies!
  13. Armadillidium granulatum Costa Rican Dwarf Purple