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  1. Happy Hallows' Eve, roachers! I present to you: An All About Arthropods Halloween 2020 Enjoy and stay buggy! 😜
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  2. I'm in awe. So much info and so well put together! I was unaware that our tiger hissers are likely Princisia. What are your thoughts on correcting the species name in the U.S. hobby? It seems like a major undertaking, but I would much prefer to use the actual species name rather than the commonly used name. Question on the Elliptorhina laevigata: My adult males look like sausages. They're so round I often mistake them for very, very gravid females. Is this characteristic of the species? And are they slow or difficult to breed? My females are equally fat (and have been for nearly 4 months
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  3. Wow . . . somehow I missed this! Super job, thanks for posting!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! This should be a "sticky"!
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  4. This is the kind of content that I am a member for; Hisserdude, thank you for your efforts. While I am not so big on Hissers, it feels good to know a little about them. Maybe i'll trade for a pure stock soon...
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  5. Hisserdude, thank you so much for taking the time to put together this beginner's reference to hissing cockroaches. Earlier this year, I adopted 3 adult hissers (1 male, 2 female) and 15 to 20 juveniles of various sizes through Craigslist. My intention was to use them to establish a colony of feeders for a Tokay Gecko I intended to purchase, since the volume of crickets required would be too demanding to propagate or too expensive to purchase. (I do propagate crickets to feed my smaller herptiles.) My purchase of a Tokay Gecko has been delayed by an unexpected work schedule, but my Hissers hav
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