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Shon2 last won the day on December 1

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  • Birthday 12/02/1998

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    Art, invertebrates, fish, dinosaurs, and Godzilla

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  1. Thank you so much for responding!! It is such a huge relief to hear this. I will continue to keep an eye on her in case things get worse. Thanks again!
  2. @Hisserdude You’re the most active person I know here, do you know what’s going on?
  3. What ever ended up happening? Did your roach make it? I’m having similar issues with one of my dubias and I’ve gotten no help/responses so far. Any info would be great! I’m sure other people would like to know too.
  4. She’s huge! That’s so cool!
  5. I know this thread is kind of old, but are there any updates about this species?? I’d love to be able to care for them one day and I’m trying to gather information so I can determine if I should give up my hopes of ever owning them or not 😂 If they’re still strictly protected and difficult to keep in captivity, I might as well forget it now, but what else have we learned about the species in 3 years?
  6. Your profile picture is so cool! :0

  7. Hey everyone, I have a lone female dubia roach who lives with my juvenile hissers and their mother, and for about a month now, her anal/reproductive area has looked a little more open than usual. It never seemed like a problem or looked too bad, but today when I went to feed everyone, I noticed her body was fully opened, and a white mass was pushing out. She has not mated and is not around any male hissers who could have done something like this. There have been no changes to their food or enclosure, and it’s never looked this bad before. Can anyone please tell me what’s going on with her? Does it have anything to do with her being housed with a different species? I’ve been told it was safe to keep them together and have been doing so for over 2 years now. She is old as dirt and will be 4 years old in December. I just want to give my girl a good life after she’s been with me for so long. I will do whatever I can to help alleviate this problem. Please help. I’ll attach pictures below so y’all can see what I’m talking about.
  8. Did you ever find out what happened? I’ve been thinking about this thread a lot and I can’t figure it out. What ended up happening with your roaches? :0
  9. Sorry this is a late response, but thank you so much!!! I’m still very amateur at pinning/framing, but I would love to get more experience Pinning hissers is kind of difficult, they deflate if you don’t sterilize/fill their insides and I want to get better. I have a few of my previous pet hissers pinned, but I’d be too scared to do it for someone else. Maybe you can find a YouTube tutorial on how to do it yourself :0 You can always practice with dead stock picked up at pet stores and by the time your current pets go, you will be experienced enough to keep them preserved Good luck!
  10. Thank you so much!! I appreciate it
  11. Finally got some of my pinned bugs framed, before they were just thrown into one big frame. It was worth the wait to display them like this! Hopefully I’ll be able to frame the others soon. All specimens were collected from breeders after a natural death, were raised by me, or were found dead in the wild. Enjoy!
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