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  1. Posted by Daniel Lundblad on 10/10/2006, 7:18 am Im selling a breeding colony of Drymaplaneta semivitta (maybee the only one in Europe and US?) It contains about 15-20 adults and about 100 nymphs. I like to sell them all to one buyer. Come with a price suggestion (Im not selling these ones cheap). Regards, Daniel daniel.lundblad@gmail.com
  2. Posted by Joel H. on 10/9/2006, 9:28 pm HI, I am looking to buy a number of roach species from one person. I am interested in Discoids, orange heads, true death heads, and others (no lobsters). If you even have a group price for say 10 of each kind I am more than interested. My email is jzyyakii@aol.com. If by chance anyone has some scorpions definitely looking to buy. Joel jzyyakii@aol.com
  3. Posted by Bri. on 10/7/2006, 5:23 pm, in reply to "exchange" Nice selection there Jiri. How many of those in the photos do you have breeding colonies for ? Ever shipped to the UK ? There are a few on there I'd be interested in buying if you ever decided to sell rather than exchange (I don't have sufficient numbers to exchange, yet, unfortunately), especially the Polyphaga saussurei, zebras, Therea petiveriana, Drymaplaneta semivita, Polyphaga aegyptiaca, Neostylopyga rhombifolia, Polyzosteria mitchelli to list a few. host@ebonydragon.com
  4. Posted by Jiri on 10/5/2006, 3:54 pm I search new species cockroach for my colection. I have 100 species in breeding. I interested too dry material. Fotogallery Link: http://www.cockroaches.sf.cz jiri.hromadka@atlas.cz
  5. Posted by butch on 9/29/2006, 12:40 pm can anyboddy know where i can buy 1 and how much $ it would cost.thanks pamkay@wctatel.net
  6. Posted by glen on 9/28/2006, 10:57 am, in reply to "Wanted: Madagascar Hissing Cockroaches" James at blaberus.com is in the SD area and he is great aquanut@cableone.net
  7. Posted by Lisa on 9/27/2006, 7:31 pm I would like to purchase about 10 Madagascar Hissing Cockroaches. I'd like to find them inexpensively, before I going to Topline. They will have a good home at our house! We are in San Diego, CA . . . the roaches do well in our warm weather here. Please email me with your price (incl. shipping). Thanks. lisakellogg@earthlink.net
  8. Posted by Jean Gregoire on 9/27/2006, 6:04 pm, in reply to "blatta lateralis in canada" Hello Froggy, I sent you a message in another forum and stumble on this add after using google. I am looking for a few Blatta lateralis to start up a colony as feeder for my mantids,please write me back with a price. Do you use paypal? ciao, JeAn. thrawny@sympatico.ca
  9. Posted by sean on 9/11/2006, 6:17 pm i have 500 blatta lateralis for 125 buyer pays shipping i am in toronto thanx froggy the_frog_kid@hotmail.com
  10. Posted by George Beccaloni on 9/26/2006, 7:00 pm A reminder: All BCG members and potential BCG members welcome!! Invitation to the Second European Meeting of the Blattodea Culture Group (B.C.G.) Sunday 1st October 2006, 10.30am in the Dorothea Bate Room, The Natural History Museum, London We would like to invite you to attend the second meeting of the BCG. Please arrive at the museum after 10 AM and enter via the main Cromwell Road entrance. For directions to the Dorothea Bate Room ask at the reception desk to the left as you come into the museum. There is a bell outside the room which you should ring and someone will let you in. If you have any problems finding the rooom then please phone Judith Marshall on 020 7942 5610. Agenda 10.30am - 12.00am INFORMAL GATHERING 12.00am - 1.30pm Talks (20 minutes each) as follows:- Ian ABERCROMBIE (Ashford, UK) Keeping and rearing Archiblatta hoevenii from Malaysia Darren MANN (Oxford University Museum of Natural History, UK) Cockroaches in Borneo Ingo FRITZSCHE (Max-Planck-Institut, Germany) Observations on cockroaches in Central Amazonia. George BECCALONI (The Natural History Museum, London, UK) The Blattodea Species File: An online catalogue of world cockroaches. 1.30pm - 2.30pm LUNCH (bring packed lunch or buy locally) 2.30pm - 3.00pm LIVESTOCK EXCHANGE (please bring your surplus livestock packaged to give away) 3.00 - 4.30pm FURTHER INFORMAL GATHERING/BCG COMMITTEE MEETING g,beccaloni@nhm.ac.uk
  11. Posted by Jinx on 9/21/2006, 5:12 pm, in reply to "WE REALY NEED HISSING COCKROACHES!!!!!!!!!!!!!" Where are you located? H_A_T_E@myself.com
  12. Posted by Brandon on 9/21/2006, 4:08 pm we need hissing cockroaches by december or my tank is toast!!! Connor.Fudge@comcast.net
  13. Posted by Brandon on 9/21/2006, 3:58 pm, in reply to "Need a hisser home" I would like to give your hissers a good home if they are free cause i think that all cockroachs deserve a good home... Connor.Fudge@comcast.net
  14. Posted by Silas on 4/2/2006, 1:40 am, in reply to "Need a hisser home" I'd be interested in your hissers, are you selling them or just looking to get rid of them. Let me know, Thanks, Silas sales@smokingroach.com
  15. Posted by art on 3/29/2006, 9:55 am, in reply to "Re: Need a hisser home" San Diego.
  16. Posted by Leila on 3/29/2006, 6:45 am, in reply to "Need a hisser home" Where are you located? H_A_T_E@myself.com
  17. Posted by Art on 3/29/2006, 1:50 am We are currently looking for a home for our 50+ Madagascar Hissing Cockroaches. Our daughter was just diagnosed with being allergic to them and we need to let them go. Would anyone interested? If so, please let me know how to ship them to you. Best regards, Art art@redminds.com
  18. Posted by Nathanael on 7/24/2006, 4:28 pm I have about 30 MHCs in a 10-gallon tank, and they seem to be doing fine. However,they keep on reproducing! How many MHCs can I safley house in this size tank before I need to upgrade? Thanks! dkjohns@copper.net
  19. Re: Obese Hissers Posted by sharon on 9/21/2006, 3:28 pm, in reply to "Obese Hissers" thats kinnda wierd you are probabley feeding them to mutch. connor.fudge@comcast.net
  20. Re: Obese Hissers Posted by orin on 9/13/2006, 7:43 am, in reply to "Obese Hissers" That's a good question and I doubt you'll find an absolute answer. Most likely the obesity has as much to do with overfeeding as the types of food offered. Try feeding more vegetable matter. elytraandantenna@lycos.com
  21. Posted by Jodi on 9/9/2006, 4:34 pm I took a look at my hissers today and realized that they aren't just ahem "big boned". At first I thought the females were with nymphs, and that's why they were so big, but the males are looking like they are about to explode too. Is it what I'm feeding them, or is it how much that I'm feeding them that is making them so fat? They all look like they are about to explode. Some of the adults are really long too. Some are 3.5" long and 3/4" thick (top to bottom). Jagcbw@aol.com
  22. Posted by Emily Jeffers on 2/7/2006, 12:40 am http://cgi.ebay.com/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?ViewI...E%3AIT&rd=1 Link: http://cgi.ebay.com/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?ViewI...E%3AIT&rd=1 check.thisout@yahoo.com
  23. Posted by Brandon on 9/20/2006, 3:42 pm I only have 4 left and I need cheap prices and a whole lot more to start my stock so I can start selling please send roaches to me I NEED THEM BADLY!!!!! connor.fudge@comcast.net
  24. Posted by Bri. on 9/14/2006, 5:28 pm, in reply to "Re: Exchanging species" Almost forgot, I also have small colonies of : P. Femapterous P. Surinam Though these seem to be struggling at the moment. Probably still trying to recover from the recent heat wave.
  25. Posted by Bri. on 9/14/2006, 5:23 pm, in reply to "Re: Exchanging species" Hi Daniel I have : Panchlora nivea Shelfordella tartara or Blatta lateralis depending on which name you choose. Blaberus craniifer (black wing form) Blaberus discoidales? Blaberus fusca Blaptica dubia Eublaberus prosticus Polyphaga aegypticus Byrsotria fumigata Phaetalia pallidus What I want to find if possible are : Archimandrita tesselata Lucihormetica subcinta Polyphaga obscura Therea sp. "grandjeani" Therea petriveriana and a few others !!
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