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  1. Haha, again, great to keep in mind! I want to further research this, so if I find anything concrete, I will post it here Thanks again
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  2. It seems like Kyle is currently trying to make good on his end of deals he still owes people right now, he has sent some of my friends his ends of trades he owed them and sent me what he owed me as well, so if Kyle still owes anyone here anything, now's the time to get in contact with him. Hopefully he's turning over a new leaf now, we'll see.
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  3. Just read your new blog post. Funny story! Wish you best of lucks with these ! I am at the moment discussing the purchase of some P.magnifica as well from Mainland China, not sure if they are the greens or these golds... I will let you know once i get more news. I will also ask for more information from Chinese keepers about these gold ones. I will share asap. Cheers!
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  4. From personal experience, I just try to avoid spicy or otherwise "volatile" foods, (like onion or garlic). And while not dangerous per say, I've noticed my roaches never really seem to eat tomatoes or strawberries with any vigor, and they just end up a big moldy mess, so I'd stay away from those too.
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  5. In the summer if you have access to fresh, pesticide/herbicide free sugar maple, they'll throw you a party. Mine can't seem to get enough. They also really like apple, grapes and beetle jelly. For protein, I supplement with alfalfa meal, fish flakes and walnuts.
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  6. Tried some different foods, they seem to like hazelnuts and walnuts but were unimpressed by cashews (slight nibble) and ignored almonds. Bananas seem to be a big love. A bit of fresh cauliflower got devoured quite quickly as well. They don't take kibble at all, so praise high protein fish food :d Edit: Orange love confirmed. Cat food denied, haha.
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  7. Orange slices seem to be the generally accepted favorite food of many roach species, hissers one of them! They also seem to love turtle hatchling food (strangely specific) and will eat cracked bird seed.
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  8. My cockroach named Water (I only keep two) is currently paralyzed and can only move his palps. It started when he stopped moving his legs for long distances and I had to move him to his food and water and he would not hiss. Then he stopped eating. He has not toppled yet though. Please help! Any suggestions?
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