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Hi everyone,

I haven't been on here in a very long time and so figured it would be good to reintroduce myself. I originally got into roaches as feeders for my tarantulas but found out I liked them so much I get many more. I have kept colonies of dubias, hissers, and red runners, and started colonies of harlequin and zebra roaches but then moved and had to part ways with all my inverts, still regretting it. Anyways, I am back into both hobbies naw and am getting started again with a few T's and starting a Dubia colony as well as a hisser colony pretty soon. I would like to get a few more species as well.

If anyone is here in new mexico and has anything I might be able to purchase off of you please feel free to contact me. Even if you just want to talk about inverts of any kind. I am glad to be back in the hobby and look forward getting to know many of you.

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Hi everyone,

I haven't been on here in a very long time and so figured it would be good to reintroduce myself. I originally got into roaches as feeders for my tarantulas but found out I liked them so much I get many more. I have kept colonies of dubias, hissers, and red runners, and started colonies of harlequin and zebra roaches but then moved and had to part ways with all my inverts, still regretting it. Anyways, I am back into both hobbies naw and am getting started again with a few T's and starting a Dubia colony as well as a hisser colony pretty soon. I would like to get a few more species as well.

If anyone is here in new mexico and has anything I might be able to purchase off of you please feel free to contact me. Even if you just want to talk about inverts of any kind. I am glad to be back in the hobby and look forward getting to know many of you.

You have had quite a variety. Harlequins and Dubias are beautiful. I've had German, Madagascan and Blarberus Discoid. I love roaches for their color varieties, cute wavy antennae, gentle disposition and the fact that everyone hates them.

Tarantulas and spiders in general really give me the creeps.

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It was the same thing with my tarantulas, I tend to dive straight in whenever I enjoy something. Discoids are cool, They are on the list but not sure when I will get to them. being as I just started up again the only roaches I have are the beginnings of a dubia colony right now. I don't know that my wife would ever let me keep germans. Although she did get used to seeing a few red runner nymphs here and there every now and then. Roaches are really amazing, I like the color variations as well, they are both incredibly simple and very complex at the same time.

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Welcome back! I used to do T's (I had a GIANT male therephosa leblondii, baboons, red knees/legs, pink toes etc) now I just have hissers and dubia with the desire to add millipedes.

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Hi everyone,

I haven't been on here in a very long time and so figured it would be good to reintroduce myself. I originally got into roaches as feeders for my tarantulas but found out I liked them so much I get many more. I have kept colonies of dubias, hissers, and red runners, and started colonies of harlequin and zebra roaches but then moved and had to part ways with all my inverts, still regretting it. Anyways, I am back into both hobbies naw and am getting started again with a few T's and starting a Dubia colony as well as a hisser colony pretty soon. I would like to get a few more species as well.

If anyone is here in new mexico and has anything I might be able to purchase off of you please feel free to contact me. Even if you just want to talk about inverts of any kind. I am glad to be back in the hobby and look forward getting to know many of you.

I also have a turantulas. But its food is not roaches.

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