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    Pycnoscelus surinamensis colony.

    Self explanatory, but my roaches under red light.
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    Dealing with tiny nymphs

    Do it.
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    Dealing with tiny nymphs

    The absolute first thing they do when they hit the ground is burrow, if you have a nice vivarium, they will then infest it via parthenogenetic reproduction.(depending on the species)
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    Dealing with tiny nymphs

    I'm hoping that's sarcasm... #worstfeedersever And sure, blame the wife why don't you, let her take the fall for your crimes.
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    Dealing with tiny nymphs

    Says the man who keeps dubia.
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    Dealing with tiny nymphs

    Scheffordella lateralis(Red Runners) make great feeders and cannot burrow, or climb.
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    Pycnoscelus surinamensis colony.

    Eh, I don't care about the darklings, the roaches like to pester them now and then.
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    Dealing with tiny nymphs

    @Hisserdude
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    Pycnoscelus surinamensis colony.

    I have no idea how the beetles got in there, likely hitched rides on decorations.
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    I'm calling you out!

    @Hisserdude If you don't have any Peripla- I mean Pseudomops septentrionalis I'm going to forever question your taste. http://bugguide.net/node/view/7856
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    I'm calling you out!

    Are you saying I have lesbian roaches? Both those roaches produced ooth a day apart from each other.
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    I'm calling you out!

    If you'd like to drive this partially blind guy the three hour trip up there we could go looking. Sucks I can't drive but them is the breaks. But you need Periplaneta regardless, they are just fun. Look, mutual grooming.
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    Latiblattella lucifrons

    http://periplanetamissionary.blogspot.com gaze at the background.
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    Pycnoscelus surinamensis colony.

    #DiversifyThis These guys are non-stop ooth machines.
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    Pycnoscelus surinamensis colony.

    Hey how come my thread isn't hot with 80 replies but HisserDude thread is? #Rigged.
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    Latiblattella lucifrons

    Well I think I got most of it setup... I just need to post stuff now lol...
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    Eurycotis improcera

    This thread is HOT with 18 replies. LoL Nice Florida skunk roaches. (Imposters)
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    Latiblattella lucifrons

    I saw him on your blog. I'm trying to start a blog too lol. Formatting it is a pain.
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    I'm calling you out!

    Vinegaroons are awesome additions.
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    I'm calling you out!

    Oh I see, I see how it is. LOL
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    Pycnoscelus surinamensis colony.

    I was more along the lines of implying that because you didn't keep any Periplaneta species that caused this. LOL But talk about a coincidence that this poor thing crawls towards me while I'm roach hunting. And a nice before and after. After
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    Pycnoscelus surinamensis colony.

    @HisserdudeLook at what you did, this is all your fault. In all seriousness I caught this poor sucker. It was really tiny, and had a shrunken abdomen. You can somewhat see how shrunk it was. When I found it, I thought it was a different species of roach until I saw the shoulder patches. Very close resemblance to D. orini What happened?
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    I'm calling you out!

    These new inverts.... Hmm I wonder.
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    Pycnoscelus Mixed Colony

    I'd say that the Surinames would make a better sabotage mechanism rather than cleaner crew, they can even take down Hissers colonies. They aren't worth the risk. @Hisserdude http://arachnoboards.com/threads/introducing.294323/#post-2634197
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