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  1. Sorry, haven't been on here in a while. Regular aluminum window screen holds them in fine as far as I can tell. Haven't ever found babies loose.
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    Yes, I found them living with ants.
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    The Ootheca hatched and they were tiny. I did not have luck with them. I should have sent them to Kyle. I am going to try to go back this year and find some more.
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    Keeping and breeding Eleodes sp.

    Can you post pics? I got tons of larva from my E. goryi, but the never morphed to beetles. I still have a few adults, and will probably collect some more when they are out this year.
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    mystery roach?

    They are Giant Lobster Roaches
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    anyone keep bolls sand roach?

    Coco fiber and oak leaves.
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    anyone keep bolls sand roach?

    They aren't too hard to breed. The ootheca seem like they take forever to hatch. I about gave up on them before I saw any nymphs. Kyle has some (as far as I know) that I sent him a year and a half ago.
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    anyone keep bolls sand roach?

    I keep a small colony. I collected them in my backyard. They are what got me in to raising non feeder roaches. My profile pic is an adult male.
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    Are grape leaves safe for roaches?

    Yes, it is a grape vine, I planted it myself. I forgot to water it for a while recently, and it has lost quite a few leaves so I thought maybe I could use them. Thanks for the help. I will Google for more info.
  10. I have a grape vine in my yard and was wondering if anyone knows if grape leaves are safe for roaches?
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    Zephyr has determined that they are a species of Myremecoblatta. Here is an adult male and a large nymph or adult female. I can not get a good look at the underside to determine. They are too small and too quick.
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    The nymphs/adult females, don't seem to climb, but the male I collected did and very fast (accidently squished him while putting the lid on). Zephyr says they are most likely a Myrmecoblatta sp. Maybe he will be able to find out for sure as soon as I can find a few more to send him. I collected them on the underside of two different rotting logs thanks to my 6 year old who spotted the one pictured, and a nymph about half the size of this one a few days later. Hopefully the ootheca will produce a few more.
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    Found about a half a dozen of these last week.
  14. I have a California Mountain King (L.z. multicincta) Bass Lake locale available if anyone is interested. Approx. 24" and looks like a female, but have not probed it. May do a partial trade for tortoise, roaches, or beetles. PM if interested