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    Discovered a culprit!!

    I've always wondered why my new bach of B.lateralis and B.dubias aren't multiply. Apparently they do but i have a culprit that keeps eating the nymphs and juvies.. a house gecko... -____- Thankfully i caught that gecko and is now happily being digested inside one of my lizard-eating snake's tummy lol
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    Accidental Hisser death ?

    My condolences
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    It's silkmoth season!

    I'm so jealous! We rarely get shipments of live silkworms here as they are damn expensive. my leopard geckos need some lol
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    Canned Food

    If not salt, some kind of broth or diluted acid to keep the veggies from rotting to quickly..
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    pot seeds

    hemp is naturally found where dubias are in the wild as well so, hometown food for them lol.. Like that song goes beans, beans the more beans, the more you eat the better you feel haha
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    Hello!

    Welcome aboard!
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    Housing different species together. . .

    Since geographically i don't have heat or humidity issues, i'm keeping my B.lateralis and B.dubias together without issues. The lats occupy the top/upper levels while the dubias congregate at the substrate
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    Bug educator is glad to join forum

    hey seth welcome aboard!
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    Hello from the Grand Canyon State!!

    Hello there and welcome to you both
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    Pooling water in B. dubia bin?

    Fresh cabbages and other semi-succulent leafy veggies transpire a lot inside bins for some reason
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    Anyone having problems with fresh fruit

    Try soaking your fruits in water for a few hours then pat them dry and give it to them roaches.
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    Wings not developing

    Can sometimes also be a hormonal or congenital issue if you're doin everything right
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    Pissed off Update haha

    Me again with a quick update. If you guys already knew a few years back then you would probably still remember my grumpy Boiga philippina named Garfield.. If not, then let me refresh your memory with his photo Here he is now, 3 years later and still feisty as ever lol With flash Him in a natural daylight shot I should probably imitate his grumpy face on to work to scare of my workers haha! Good day everyone!
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    My Comeback

    Hell yeah, she just devastated my lats colony lol
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    My Comeback

    Hey ladies & gents! Still remember me? Sorry for my prolonged absence. That is so not like me. I was quite busy at work, renovating my resort house in the far east and dealt with some impending family drama. Without further ado, the newest member of my animal kingdom a Luzon Forest Dragon (Gonocephalus semperi) that I personally named Khaleesi!! Sorry for the pixelated pics, my watermark app ain't doing the close up details any justice -__- And yes, it's a she.. Hail the mother of dragons lmao Enjoy your weekend everyone
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    Alternatives to cork bark

    There are osmunda fiber bars or teak pots
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    Survival

    Just curious, at max how long can an adult dubia go/live without food? I tried not feeding a couple of adults and so far they were good for more than 72 hours. Just wanna know how good they fare during food shortages haha
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    Bug allergies?

    It took me 12 years before i had allergies with bugs and 8 years with Ts so you just wait there LOL
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    Survival

    None died. Some males even molted again and one female even gave birth to a dozen babies lol.. I'll try again to see if they can survive a whole week without food
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    Housing together..

    Since I'm starting to have surplus dubias as well as a lot hermit crabs, Can a trio of medium-sized land hermit crabs be housed together with small colony (or small group) of sub-adult & adult roaches like dubias or hissers maybe? I know both are detritivores and opportunistic omnivores of the forest floor and both animals are social by nature. They would've probably shared a dead meal in the wild. Anyone gave this a shot? Thanks in advance!
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    suggestions on feeder bigger than dubia

    N.cinerea looks big to me. probably coz of the wings
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    Who is eating your feeders?

    I was forced to raise dubias 'coz my leopard geckos. For more than a decade, my lizards were fine with just mealies, supers and crickets
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    Feeder Millipedes?

    Who are you addressing? I thought you were trolling us lol
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    Bug allergies?

    i sometimes even get rashes on my neck and forehead. That's how i know i'm allergic. Mealworm dust are the worst. It makes me sneeze like hell
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    Housing together..

    Haha! really big ones roughly smaller than coconuts are quite common here. They are not sold as they are technically everywhere and are kept by everyone from pesky kids to curious old people. They are considered pests here. Escapees from fruit boxes and lumber coming in from tropical Asia
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