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Matt K

New Roach species, already gone.....

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Very upsetting.

But, these things happen in nature; whether it's due to humans, geological processes, etc. I would not doubt that another Lucihormetica from the surrounding area will move in and perhaps quickly speciate, producing yet another novel species that may be equally beautiful and intriguing.

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quickly speciate, producing yet another novel species that may be equally beautiful and intriguing.

Wish I'd live long enough to see it... I guess we'll have to be content with the boring Lucihormetica we still have. ;)

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I'm not sure I'm supposed to say but the guy I know of who has a decent group going is the only person I can think of that you and I both know well.

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Here's one that's now extinct in the wild but still exists in captivity.

http://www.telegraph...n.html?image=19

Wow! Never saw a species in that color before. Sure hope they can keep them going!!

Here's one that's now extinct in the wild but still exists in captivity.

http://www.telegraph...n.html?image=19

Wow! I just look at your link and I never saw a species in that color before! Sure hope they can keep them going!!!

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