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Nadine83

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  • Birthday 03/28/1988

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  1. Nadine83

    Gyna caffrorum

    I love these.. I miss mine.
  2. Nadine83

    Some New and Some Old

    After an hour of searching I found one of my nymphs reached adulthood.
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    Some New and Some Old

    Nypmh
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    Some New and Some Old

    Caffrorum
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    Some New and Some Old

    Here is a white and black one I found. Tried to get better pic but lighting was not the best.
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    Some New and Some Old

    Crickets
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    Some New and Some Old

    A few hissers.. cage cleaning/feeding time. Have more photos of different types but pics won't load so these guys will have to do for now.
  8. Nadine83

    Some New and Some Old

    Thanks i hope so to. I have lots of these guys. I'll be selling or trading some of the nymphs off at some point they are really tiny right now, when there a bit bigger I'll be shipping them out. I like them but I only need a few. I agree they are pretty. The males are easier to handle not as mobile like the females.
  9. Nadine83

    Some New and Some Old

    Chopardis are cute, fun little things. Javanicas are my top favorite hisser due to there colorations and feisty temperament. insignis and tigers are tied for second. I don't like dubias as either pet or feeders that's why I traded them for orange heads instead. My turtle and frogs wouldn't eat them and they just didn't spark my overall interest as a pet roach. So I stoped getting them. I only have maybe 10 left. Once they are gone I'm not purchasing anymore. Green Banana roaches are a new favorite for my frogs. Unfortunately They are a bit too small for my turtle.
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    Some New and Some Old

    lol it's hard.. I do like my javanicas (they were the first roach species that I kept as pets) since then I've expanded a bit... I have almost every type of hisser available. My craniifers are at the top of my non-hissing list along with the centurion. I can tell you one roach I don't like...dubia. I must admit I don't much care for this species (However I do want some gold ones). I'm partial to the orange heads but those are feeders. Ivory heads are new so far I'm enjoying them. I'm on the lookout for some adult giant cave roaches and colossal roaches (Going to take a bit of searching.) so yeah.. it's hard to pick so I enjoy them all.. with exception on one species so far. I really like crickets also... (off topic)
  11. Nadine83

    Some New and Some Old

    Few new adults arrived today. Have lots of nymphs of these guys its, nice to finally have some adults.
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    Some New and Some Old

    These guys are new, well the Ivory Heads are, I use Orange Heads I use for feeders.The Ivory heads for now are pets. Until I get a colony established. I really enjoy hissing roaches all types. Javanicas, Chopardi, and Insignis are my favorites for hissers, Death Heads and Giant Caves are my non-hisser favorites. The banana roaches are fun also. Though the last of my Giant Caves killed over. So Ill be looking for a breeding pair of them soon enough. The Ivory Adult Is beautiful, love the white and black markings. Hopefully they reproduce well. I purchased both of these from inverts unlimited. All arrived alive and in good condition.
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    Some New and Some Old

    New ones that arrived today.
  14. Nadine83

    African Clawed Frogs

    http://xenopus.com/ has normal ones. I keep mine in my fish tank. My males are about 31/2-4 inches I've always hand fed mine I've never had an issue with them trying to eat any of my fish. (Even when my fish were smaller.) I've had them for 4 years. Eventually I'd like to get more of them and have a tank all there own which would be nice.
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    Some New and Some Old

    Thanks I try. So far all the new ones are doing good...that's a plus. I have new javanicas that are gorgeous in coloration hoping some of that spreads through my stock. We shall see.
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