histrio

Some of my cockroaches

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Nice additions!

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I love the decipiens

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I love the decipiens too! I am actually going to get the starter colony from Kyle in the next couple weeks.

2 new cockroaches:

Eurycotis opaca II

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Eurycotis decipiens

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Those two eurycotis sp. are the top two eurycotis on my wish list! :) Those eurycotis opaca have really cool coloration, I have seen two color forms of eurycotis opaca on the internet and these don't look like either of them! :)

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Hey, how are your H.histrio doing? I know they had a massive die off, have their numbers bounced back up yet?

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yes, a bad bad day :( :( :( ... no new babies but I saw there is few weeks ago female with egg case so I wait.

And I have bought an electronic temperature controleur to régul the electric heather in my breedroom. not twice....

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yes, a bad bad day :( :( :( ... no new babies but I saw there is few weeks ago female with egg case so I wait.

And I have bought an electronic temperature controleur to régul the electric heather in my breedroom. not twice....

I see, hopefully some eggcases start hatching soon! :)

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Have there been any successes in breeding Hemithyrsocera histrio in the USA in the last 6 months?  Still interested in obtaining a starter group.

 

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8 hours ago, dactylus said:

Have there been any successes in breeding Hemithyrsocera histrio in the USA in the last 6 months?  Still interested in obtaining a starter group.

It seems like many cultures here have either crashed or are reproducing at a slow rate, don't know why...

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they are difficult to breed...many breeders in europe have lost their colony after many cycle...without to understand why....

but when they have good conditions , you could have quickly 200 pcs from 10 pcs......

hope for you that it finally become common in US breeding...

 

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