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    Are sweetgum and magnolia pods safe for roaches?

    What's the point of them, decoration?
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    forum problems

    The entire forum was down for a little bit. Is it still not working?
  3. American Cockroach Society approved common names for cockroach species. 1. Arenivaga bolliana = Boll's Sand Cockroach 2. Arenivaga floridensis = Florida Sand Cockroach 3. Archimandrita tessellata = Peppered Roach 4. Attaphila fungicola = Ant Cockroach 5. Blaberus atropos = Atropos Roach 6. Blaberus boliviensis = Bolivian Cockroach 7. Blaberus colosseus = Colossal Cockroach 8. Blaberus craniifer = Death's Head Cockroach 9. Blaberus discoidalis = Discoid Cockroach 10. Blaberus fusca = Dusky Cave Roach 11. Blaberus giganteus = Giant Cave Cockroach 12. Blaberus parabolicus = Peruvian Black Head Roach 13. Blaptica dubia = Guyana Spotted Roach 14. Blatta orientalis = Oriental Cockroach 15. Blatta (Shelfordella) lateralis = Turkistan Cockroach 16. Blattella germanica = German Cockroach 17. Blattella nipponica = Japanese Field Roach 18. Blattella vaga = Field Cockroach 19. Byrsotria cabrerai = Striped Burrowing Roach 20. Byrsotria fumigata = Cuban Burrowing Roach 21. Byrsotria rothi = Roth's Burrowing Cockroach 22. Cryptocercus punctulatus = Brown Hooded Cockroach 23. Deropeltis erythrocephala = Black Velvet Roach 24. Deropeltis paulinoi = Ornate Velvet 25. Diploptera punctata = Pacific Beetle Mimic Roach 26. Dorylaea orini = Orin's Cockroach 27. Ectobius pallidus = Spotted Mediterranean Roach 28 Eurycotis lixa = Hustler Cockroach 29. Elliptorhina chopardi = Dwarf Madagascar Hissing Roach 30. Elliptorhina laevigata = V-horn Hisser 31. Eremoblatta subdiaphana = Hairy Desert Cockroach 32. Ergaula capucina= Burmese Beetle Mimic Cockroach 33. Eublaberus distanti = Six Spotted Roach 34. Eublaberus posticus = Orange Head Roach 35. Eurycotis decipiens = Zebra Cockroach 36. Eurycotis opaca = Giant Yellow Margined Cockroach 37. Eurycotis taurus = Minitaur Roach 38. Gromphadorhina grandidieri = Tiger Hisser 39. Gromphadorhina oblongonota = Wide Horn Hisser 40. Gromphadorhina portentosa = Madagascan Hissing Cockroach 41. Gyna capucina = Pink Cockroach 42. Gyna bisannulata (henrardi) = Patchwork Cockroach 43. Gyna lurida = Porcelain Cockroach 44. Henschoutedenia flexivitta = Giant Lobster Roach 45. Lucihormetica (Hormetica) subcincta = Glowspot Cockroach 46. Holocompsa nitidula = Small Hairy Cockroach 47. Chorisoneura texensis = Small Yellow Texas Roach 48. Ischnoptera deropeltiformis = Dark Woods Cockroach 49. Megaloblatta longipennis 50. Macropanesthia rhinoceros = Rhinoceros Cockroach 51. Nauphoeta cinerea Lobster Roach 52. Neostylopyga rhombifolia = Harlequin 53. Opisthoplatia orientalis = Red and Black Cockroach 54. Plectoptera poeyi = Florida Beetle Cockroach 55. Panchlora nivea = Green Banana Cockroach 56. Panchlora sp. “Giant Panchlora” = Giant Panchlora 57. Panesthia angustipennis spadica = Japanese Wood Roach 58. Panesthia angustipennis angustipennis = Orange-spotted Cockroach 59. Parcoblatta lata = Broad Wood Cockroach 60. Parcoblatta pennsylvanica = Pennsylvania Wood Roach 61. Parcoblatta virginica = Virginia Wood Roach 62. Parcoblatta zebra = Banded Wood Roach 63. Periplaneta americana = American Cockroach 64. Periplaneta americana ("white eye" strain) = White Eye American 65. Periplaneta australasiae = Australian Roach 66. Periplaneta brunnea = Southern Brown Cockroach 67. Periplaneta fuliginosa = Smoky Brown Cockroach 68. Phoetalia pallida = Pallid Cockroach 69. Polyphaga aegyptiaca = Egyptian Desert 70. Polyphaga saussurei = Saussure's Sand Cockroach 71. Pseudomops septentrionalis = Pale-bordered Field Cockroach 72. Pycnoscelus nigra = Shadow Cockroach 73. Pycnoscelus surinamensis = Surinam Cockroach 74. Parcoblatta caudelli = Caudell's Wood Cockroach 75. Parcoblatta fulvescens = Fulvous Wood Roach 76. Parcoblatta notha = Arizona Wood Roach 77. Parcoblatta uhleriana = Uhler's Wood Roach 78. Rhyparobia maderae = Madiera Cockroach 79. Rhyparobia sp. (ex. Malaysia)= Gold Madiera 80. Schultesia lampyridiformis = Firefly Roach 81. Schultesia nitor 82. Supella longipalpa = Brown-banded Roach 83. Symploce pallens (Synonym S. hospes) = Smooth Cockroach 84. Symploce macroptera 85. Therea olegrandjeani = Question Mark Cockroach 86. Therea (Corydia) petiveriana = Domino Cockroach 87. Latiblattella lucifrons Pale-headed Cockroach 88. Bullet Roach 89. Formosan Sand Roach 90. Hemiblabera tenebricosa = Broad Keys Cockroach This is a list of ACS approved common names taken from the ACS website and based on the ACS culture list. *Cockroach and Roach are equally valid for any species.
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    Rhino roach died, please help

    I know you can feed roaches certain things that kill them. Try feeding slightly spoiled coconut to hissers. I remember feeding algae wafer fish food to some isopods that killed huge numbers. Certain fish pellets seem to make millipedes grow better and then they die while molting. These cases are rare and I usually would blame it on the food last, but I'll guess it was the fish flakes.
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    Keeping Panesthia...

    I know sometimes when colonies are doing good for a long time you can forget to give them the same level of care and they fade away.
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    thoughts on lack of roach "merch"

    American Cockroach Society Wear I'm surprised this still works, it hasn't been updated in nine years.
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    Porcellio magnificus

    Of course almost every new isopod is the "biggest" but this is the longest species according to species literature (documented at 3.2 cm body length). The male has long uropods and tends to be longer than the female.
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    help! Is hisser molting or pregnant?

    Successful molts take minutes, not hour or days.
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    Are lotus pods safe for roaches?

    Lotus pods will be fine unless they have pesticide on them.
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    Thank you for accepting me into the forum.

    I asked because they seem to have a larger and wider appetite than those species and could possibly work better for your purposes.
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    Thank you for accepting me into the forum.

    Nice to have you! Did you try Gromphadorhina portentosa?
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    Darkling Beetle Photo Thread

    Some Eleodes larvae eat other Eleodes so you may just end up with one species.
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    New to the forum

    Welcome! What about the giant green banana roach?
  14. To clarify, the latest I-M issue has a pic of a beetle trying to mate with the author's finger. I do not believe any hyrids were created.
  15. It would be neat to see what a cross looked like, but attempted mating does not mean fertilization.
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    Gyna centurio questions!

    The males are very small compared to females and mature faster, so if the little ones are males they might all mature at the same time.
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    Gyna centurio questions!

    You can check the gender on older nymphs with the segments, but if these are pretty small it may not be obvious. Do they all look like males or all females? The female nymphs grow a lot larger than the male nymphs due to the difference in the adult size.
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    Clean up crew questions

    Just make sure you don't use buffalo or dermestid beetles, they eat the roaches in quantity when their populations explode.
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    Rhino roach cannibalism ?

    Adults will eat very tiny babies under some conditions but a big one getting eaten is unheard of.
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    Beetle lover turned roach fan!

    Welcome! I'd suggest G. oblongonota, G. "princisia big" and Macropanesthia. I think I have flexivitta still listed on my last list. I originally got into roaches because you could find them for sale a long time ago (it could take you a decade to find ten different species) but nobody bred beetles and you certainly couldn't find them at a pet shop.
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    New to roach keeping!

    Welcome oblongonotaFan32! I still mostly prefer the flashy stuff.
  22. N. cinerea has been known as the lobster roach since at least the 1980s, flexivitta is named after it because it looks similar but bigger.
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    Any hope for the deregulation of millipedes?

    Trigoniulus corallinus and Anadenobolus monilicornis were established by agriculture. Those are tiny, unimpressive species that were never kept or heard of before they plagued Florida after introduction with ornamental plants. There are NO species introduced by the hobby. Millipedes were not regulated prior to 2006 and were still being imported legally.
  24. What kind of info are you looking for? If you're looking for something that adds to your background knowledge of roaches it's great. It contains a lot of interesting facts about cockroaches but it is a discussion of biology tidbits (not husbandry related) often about species you may never see.
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    Hi from NC...

    A fine welcome to keepers of the greatest pets Justin! You can use monkey chow, any dog or cat food, fish pellets, etc. Anyone who tells you differently may be trying to sell you something or trying to sell something for someone else. I like Beneful for puppies.
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