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  1. Cariblatta lutea

    Dipteretrum hanstroemi

    New addition to my collection
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    Dipteretrum hanstroemi

    Yep. Both nymphs and adults can climb smooth surface
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    Porcellio magnificus

    I drove 3 hrs to pick up these guys. LOL Ugh....I still regret not bringing enough money to buy P. bolivari
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    Porcellio magnificus

    IKR? This, and other new european species in the hobby are super awesome!
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    Can someone please ID this for me?

    Looks like P. fuliginosa
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    Porcellio magnificus

    Thanks Ya, they have really long antennae for an isopod Thanks I might be visiting the same dude again next month so hopefully I'll be able to pick up more isopods from him!
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    Keeping micro blatta alive in captivity.

    I'm curious if you were able to raise the specimen from the last pic to adult. I have a hunch that it's a nymph of Plectoptera poeyi but I'm not 100% sure about this.
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    Florida roaches

    pic 1,2, and 4 are probably Chorisoneura parishi pic 3 is Cariblatta minima
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    Roach ID help

    I know this is really late, but in case anyone is curious about the ID 1st specimen is Latiblattella rehni 2nd is Cariblatta minima
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    Symploce morsei

    A rare species from the Keys! Thank you so much, Hydrophilus, for collecting this beautiful species for me!
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    Symploce morsei

    Just saw a female laying an ooth! On a side note, here's a link to fantastic pics of morsei in the wild, taken by the member Hydrophilus http://bugguide.net/node/view/1327558/bgimage
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    Balta notulata

    I'm seeing lots of adults in the enclosure now so it won't take too long for me to have a large colony going
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    Balta notulata

    Thanks
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    Balta notulata

    I'm seeing two ooths in the enclosure!
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    Myrmecoblatta sp.

    Found about 20~ specimens near Pina Blanca Lake, AZ Most were found under rocks within trapjaw ant nests (presumably Odontomachus clarus)
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    Ischnoptera bilunata

    Give it a shot! They are fairly cheap on roachcrossing.com so I think it's worth it
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    Ischnoptera bilunata

    I collected some adults under an oak tree in Montgomery, AL and have been breeding them for a year
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    Ischnoptera bilunata

    These guys are still doing great for me. Interestingly it's the only Ectobiid I have that seem to do well with large T. tormentosa population (and may even prey on them as I've seen these guys eating A. vulgare before).
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    Myrmecoblatta sp.

    Once the weather warms up again i'll be putting these guys up for sale
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    A clip from AZ trip

    When Kyle got shagged by a cactus. LOL -warning : following vid contains mild language
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    A clip from AZ trip

    Ah...that hat is from Chiricahua Desert Museum. They had several varieties of hats including Scolopendra heros, Aphonopelma sp, etc...
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    A clip from AZ trip

    I had a blast on this trip! Found tons of cool bugs out there and I really enjoyed hanging out with bug friends There are too many to list so I'll just list some of my fav. finds : Roaches : Arenivaga sp. Myrmecoblatta sp. Latiblattella lucifrons Parcoblatta notha Possible black Shelfordella lateralis Tarantulas : Aphonopelma chalcodes Aphonopelma cf. hentzi Aphonopelma cf. madera Aphonopelma sp. "Rodeo" Orthoptera : Dactylotum bicolor Neobarrettia spinosa Neobarrettia victoriae Mantid : Stagmomantis californica Stagmomantis gracilipes Stagmomantis limbata Litaneutria cf. obscura Iris oratoria Yersiniops sp. Vinegaroon Centipedes : Scolopendra heros "héros" and "arizonensis" Scolopendra polymorpha Scolopendra polymorpha "Sky Island Blue" Beetles : Megasoma punctulatus Hemiphileurus illatus Strategus aloeus Strategus cessus Chrysina gloriosa Chrysina lecontei Chrysina beyeri etc.... Millipedes : Hiltonius sp. UnIDed species that somewhat resemble Tylobolus but thin and long Assassins : Apiomerus flaviventris Apiomerus spissipes Apiomerus longispinis Zeluroides americanus Phymata sp. Possible Rocconota sp. Isopods : Venezillo arizonicus Possible Platyarthrus sp.
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    Myrmecoblatta sp.

    Tried taking some pics, but due to their photophobic nature I couldn't get any decent group shots Most of my first batch nymphs are presubs and subs now so I should be seeing adults soon.
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    Id request

    One of the Largus species. Aka Bordered Plant Bug
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    12 gallon roach colony

    Last year I had P. nivea female escape from its enclosure and it somehow ended up in discoid enclosure. Later I started seeing Panchlora adults pop up in there, suggesting that the female bred in there. However, once my discoid colony grew larger the Panchloras disappeared. So ya, discoids will outcompete Panchlora.
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