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    Red Runners Diet

    There are colonies of roaches in the local university lab that's been there since 1980s (or so the label says) that are thriving. All they get is dog food and occasionally a piece of lettuce every once in a while. If the high protein food was truly detrimental to the roaches I doubt these colonies could've lasted this long.
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    Balta notulata

    Fingers crossed that you'll be able to breed them!
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    Balta notulata

    On a side note, I found out that you can sex nymphs by looking at the color of the ventral region of last tergite. Female has a dark band running across it while males lack this band.
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    Balta notulata

    9 adults matured so far; 5 males and 4 females. There are around 9 nymphs left. I'll probably sending the nymphs to my friend so he can start a colony.
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    Venezillo arizonicus

    There were about 30+ specimens in a single rat burrow
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    Venezillo arizonicus

    I sure hope so! So far my big ones have been molting so I'm guessing I'm doing an ok job with raising them
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    Panchlora sp. "White"!

    I believe the ones that died were from not just the ones that were born in transit, but also the ones that were born from other females. A lot of them were born with missing antennae so there could've been a problem before they were born.
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    Lamproblatta albipalpus

    These are pretty much a smaller version of E. lixa without their vestigial tegmina. They have unusual looking ooth though
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    Panchlora sp. "White"!

    Most of mine are only L3 and L4 and if I remember correctly you got the nymphs later than I did so yours are definitely growing faster!
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    Lamproblatta albipalpus

    Kyle told me they should've hatched by now. One of them got covered with mites so I guess he is right about that
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    Lamproblatta albipalpus

    I got 3 ooths from them, which never hatched for some reason. I sent the remaining adults I had to Kyle so he can continue with the project.
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    Panchlora sp. "White"!

    Wow, looks like your biggest nymph might be an instar ahead of mine! Looks like I need to start keeping mine warmer! LOL
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    Rhabdoblatta formosana

    Glad to see that these are doing well for you!
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    Venezillo arizonicus

    Unfortunately I have no idea. Nothing much is known about the biology of this species
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    Balta notulata

    Had two females and a male molt last night so I should be able to breed this species for another generation!
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    Ancaudellia hamifera

    They look awesome! It's like looking at rhino roach nymphs that've been stretched and flattened out. LOL
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    Venezillo arizonicus

    Honestly I'm not sure. Everyone i've spoke to who had experience with this species told me that their adults produced extremely small number of offsprings so it might be normal, but this could also an indication that we aren't providing right condition for breeding. Thanks I hope so too!
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    Venezillo arizonicus

    No I only see 5 babies in the enclosure. All the adults are still alive though.
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    Balta notulata

    One of the nymphs molted to adult. For some reason it's missing right wing Edit : another nymph molted. It's also a male and unlike the first one it has perfect wings
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    Maoriblatta novaeseelandiae

    Thanks Hopefully I'll be able to get this species available in the hobby someday!
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    Maoriblatta novaeseelandiae

    Used to see these fairly often when I lived in NZ. They were often found within wooden structure. When disturbed, they produce a foul odor that's similar to Eurycotis's smell. Hopefully they'll prove to be easy to culture like most Eurycotis
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    Latiblattella rehni "gray"

    Wanted to take some photos, but they wouldn't sit still for me so here are the results. lol
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    Latiblattella rehni "gray"

    Took more pics today. They were surprisingly calm today so I had easy time taking pics
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    Balta notulata

    Sure
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    Therea petiveriana

    Wish my phone could get details like that! Great shot and adorable subjects
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