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  1. Hello, Great Matt! Now, you have to wait some months for your new roach babies . Good luck! Best regards, Javier.
  2. In Spain too. It´s a pest species in the world, like P. americana. Best regards, Javier.
  3. Wow, these are many roaches. You will need a very hard roaches production and Dubias are very slow growing. Why don´t you breed Shelfordella lateralis/Blatta lateralis? Best regards, Javier.
  4. Oh sorry, I didn´t read it Thanks for the ID Best regards, Javier.
  5. Hello, How many roaches do they eat per week? Dubias are very slow-grow. Best regards, Javier.
  6. Blatta orientalis can climb, this one can´t. Best regards, Javier.
  7. Thanks Orin, I asked my friend and the roach can´t climb glass/smooth plastic. Best regards, Javier.
  8. Hello, I´m sorry, but they´re eaten . Maybe, first opened and them eaten, but if you don´t have small roaches running in your cage....... I think eaten. Best regards, Javier.
  9. Hello, One of my friends find this roach in the countryside: http://i42.photobucket.com/albums/e317/A_A...ra/HPIM1827.jpg http://i42.photobucket.com/albums/e317/A_A...ra/HPIM1826.jpg I think it´s Blatta orientalis, but these roaches only live near houses, in the city, not in the countryside. Thank you! Best regards, Javier.
  10. Hey! They´re great! I love them. Great photos. Best regards, Javier.
  11. Great photos Maarten! Now, I know the differences between males and females, thanks! How many T. petiveriana do you have? Do you also keep T. sp "grandjeani"? Best regards, Javier.
  12. Me too. It had many food for its "babys"!
  13. Hello, Sorry rafigos, I don´t have references because I´m from Spain. Best regards, Javier.
  14. Hello, Have you seen this roach? Adults: http://www.schaben-spinnen.de/Data/Articles/spec%20weib.jpg http://www.schaben-spinnen.de/Data/Articles/spec%20mann.jpg Ninph: http://www.schaben-spinnen.de/Data/Articles/spec%20larve.jpg They´re so cute! Does anybody breed them? Best regards, Javier.
  15. Hello, I think they are some F. Blattidae species. Best regards, Javier.
  16. Hello, I never keep different species together, in the same cage. They compete for food and refuge and the weakest species finally dies. Keep them in different cages . Best regards, Javier.
  17. Hello, Use roaches from Genus Blaberus, Genus Eublaberus, Blatta lateralis and Blaptica dubia. Best regards, Javier.
  18. Hello! Great roaches Maarten..! How do you diffenrence sexes by antenae? I don´t know how do you do it. Best regards, Javier.
  19. Thanks Matt . In Spain there are warmer temperatures so we can consider it like a pest species. EU is bigger than Spain: In the south there are warmer temperatures so I think they can survive in winter. Best regards, Javier.
  20. Wellcome, Another European here . Here, there are very good breeders and many people who can help you. Best regards, Javier.
  21. Hi, B. lateralis is a pest species. They use substrate to cover the eggcases and bury them to protect them from frost. Also, the eggcase can "wait" (in Spanish we say "diapausa", I don´t know how to translate it) to hatch. They can stay near houses because is warmer. Best regards, Javier.
  22. Great photo Orin! I´ll verify if my rare B. giganteus is a B. craniifer o something special. Best regards, Javier.
  23. Hey Daniel, is this another of your websites? http://www.dannesdjur.com/eindex.html I think I send you an e-mail 1 year and a half ago asking about Rhino roaches . Best regards, Javier.
  24. Wow Daniel! Great list of roach species! Now, I don´t have enough money and I don´t have other roaches to trade for, but I´m very interested in your roaches . Best regards, Javier
  25. Well, it´s stange because B. lateralis isn´t from EU. How long is it? Best regards, Javier.
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