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  1. -Hello Peter, yes! that is the ooth of this mantid species!! thanks for gives to your mom my e-mail : cockroachyet@yahoo.com , I will very happy for know her!! Actually I have ova of Carasius morosus and Extatosoma tiaratum which I can ship to her, but unfortunatelly actually I lack of extra mantid-ooths, but I would ship to her nymphs when my two ooths will hatched I hope ((one are of T.a. sinensis -N.American type- and the other probably of Danuria from africa)). -Also would be great if she may have access to catydids ((or bush-cricket)) of ground-or-bush-no flyiers type which are mainly
  2. Hello Orin, thanks for reply. I got it! so each of both roaches species have their own particular use for feeding insectivorous if considering ground level or uplevel life styles of insectivorous creatures. Thanks, best regards. Roberto.
  3. -Hello Orin, thanks for reply and for the prons and cons. The general tendence for the mantids-keepers ever go to B lateralis like feeder-roach than Lobsters? or not realy exist such prefference at all with both roach species? thanks, best regards. Roberto.
  4. -Hello Peter, thanks for reply. I understand you about you cant ship it to here. ¬°But may be possible ((if your mom have mexican native mantid ooths and mexican native phasmid ova)) your mom may sell me and/or interchanging with me native mantid ooths, live mantids and native phasmid ova, and live phasmids, and others natives invertebrates?? may be great if that may be possible!! -Thanks for the link of the "chapulines". I like it the taste of the chapulines in form of "tacos", but not every ones like it their taste. -The female and male mantids of the pics are of the same species because
  5. - Hello Peter ! nice to meet you again ! thanks for your welcome words ! Past year I buyed a phasmid book from your online store. And frecuently I dreamed with buy from your online store vary of the mantids you sell there (or at least ooths). - Nice pics on the blocks, and once I was seen the blocks of your mom past year and just now I seen new pics there. The adult mantis species showed in the block do you know their ID? so please tell me their ID because I ignore it and ever I wanted knowing their taxonomy name. That mantid species is the most viewed in mexico country. - Currently I livi
  6. - Hello all, here in mexico country is difficult finding other feeder roaches than Hissers, but a very few roach-breeders only also have "Lobster-Roaches". No other feeder roaches availables here. -So, please pros & cons for these roaches specificly when are used for feeding mantids? -Thnk you, best regards. Roberto.
  7. - Hello all from mexico country!! just today I fund this forum with a link to it which Orin give me in the mantid forum, because my questions about roach-keeping. - I am Roberto, and this is my introduction to this forum: 1. Do you currently raise any roaches? Yes, I have it but still without nymphs yet. 2. If so, how many? I have actually about 90 adult madagascan hisser roaches but not nymphs yet. 3. Do you culture roaches as pets or feeders? For both. 4. If feeders, what kinds? I actually still in search of B lateralis, N cinerea, Arlequin, Zebra, and almost any other species whic
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