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  1. Posted by Olivia on 4/3/2007, 1:56 am 70.13.167.105 == RARE ROACHES == African bullet roaches - $10 for 20 Archimandrita tesselata (peppereds) - $4 each Blaberus craniifer (black death heads - Orin McMonigle line) - $3 each Blaberus giganteus (giant cave) - $3 each Diploptera punctata (Pacific beetle mimic) - $10 for 20 Eublaberus distanti (six-spotted) - $10 for 20 Gyna lurida (porcelain) $4 each Hemiblabera sp. $4 each Henschoutedenia flexivitta (giant lobsters) - $2 each Neostylopyga rhombifolia ( harlequins) - $10 for 20 Opisthoplatia orientalis (red and black) $3 each Panchlora nivea (green banana) - $10 for 25 Phoetalia pallida - $10 for 20 Pycnoscelus nigra - $2 each Rhyparobia maderae - $3 each Rhyparobia sp. (gold) - $4 each Schultesia lampyridiformis (firefly mimic) - $3 each == HISSERS == Elliptorhina chopardi (dwarfs) - $3 each Gromphadorhina portentosa (regular) - .50 each Gromphadorhina portentosa (giant morph) - $3 each Gromphadorhina portentosa (black morph) - $2 each Princisia vanwaerebecki (tiger morph) - $3 each == ISOPODS == Orange Porcellio sp. $10/20, $20/50 adults & subadults Dwarf white isopods $10/20, $20/50 adults & subadults Above prices do not including shipping. 2-3 day USPS Priority mail shipping is $6. USPS Express mail (send me your zip code to confirm overnight availability) is $20. Insulated packaging is an additional $5. Heat/cold packs are provided as necessary free of charge. FedEx also available if preferred. The buyer agrees to the following terms upon payment: Live arrival is guaranteed for all shipments unless at any point during transit, day time temperatures or heat index exceed 90 degrees Fahrenheit or night time temperatures or wind chill factors fall below 40 degrees Fahrenheit. (Shipments originate from 66223. For current weather information on 66223, please visit weather.com) If temperatures exceed 90 degrees Fahrenheit or fall below 40 degrees Fahrenheit, overnight shipping must be selected to guarantee live arrival. Although I will make the best effort to ensure optimal packaging, the live arrival guarantee is void with any shipping method if the buyer wishes to ship when temperature en route is below 20 degrees or above 100 degrees Fahrenheit. Live arrival guarantee is also void if the buyer is not present to receive the package on the first delivery attempt for priority mail or overnight shipments. All DOAs must be reported by e-mail or phone within 12 hours of arrival to claim a reshipment. Proof of DOAs may be required at my discretion in the form of a photograph or returning the dead specimens at the customer's expense. Time of arrival is determined by carrier tracking. Weather information is determined by weather.com. Shipping fees are non-refundable. No sales to Arizona, Florida, or outside the United States. Thank you for looking! olivia@midspark.net Link: www.BugChick.com
  2. Posted by Orin on 4/1/2007, 8:17 am 207.200.116.68 Adult pair tiger hissers $18 Normal hissers giant stock nymphs $6 elytraandantenna@lycos.com
  3. Posted by Gary on 3/23/2007, 11:55 am, in reply to "Re: Panchlora nivea" 195.93.21.10 Thanx dude, i'm still waiting for them to arrive, but i'm ready for them now.. cheers
  4. Posted by orin on 3/22/2007, 8:01 am, in reply to "Panchlora nivea" 207.200.116.139 1. They primarily eat dry dog food. 2. Nymphs are burrowing and prefer substrate, potting soil is fine. 3. A rotten oak log should be provided. 4. They can be bred in numbers with decent care but not with the potential of many egg layers. elytraandantenna@lycos.com
  5. Posted by Gary on 3/16/2007, 9:31 am 195.93.21.132 Hi, i was wondering if any body was keeping this species? I've just ordered a load, ive got a very good idea on how to keep them but would like to no a bit more.What do's and donts are there, substrates, climbing, foods, are they prolific? Any help would be greatly appreciated. thanks mantisunited@aol.com
  6. Posted by orin on 3/22/2007, 7:58 am, in reply to "Roach to S. Korea? " 207.200.116.139 If your not allowed to ship Gromphadorhina to South Korea then it wouln't matter if it's DHL or ems. You could contact an exporter to see what rules there are but it sounds like a dead end. elytraandantenna@lycos.com
  7. Posted by Anthony Park on 3/20/2007, 8:51 am 124.46.150.54 Hi, My name is Anthony Park and I live in SLC, UT. One of my friends in South Korea asked me if there are any ways to import Madagascan Giant Hissing Cockroaches Gromphadorhina portentosa to South Korea from any other countries. I know it's illegal in S. Korea to import such a species but if it's still possible by either ems or DHL, please let me know. Thank you all for reading this message. sincerely yours, Anthony Park argus0325@naver.com
  8. Roach to S. Korea? Posted by Anthony Park on 3/20/2007, 8:43 am, in reply to "roaches" 124.46.150.54 Hi, My name is Anthony Park and I live in SLC, UT. One of my friends in South Korea asked me if there are any ways to import Madagascan Giant Hissing Cockroaches Gromphadorhina portentosa to South Korea from any other countries. I know it's illegal in S. Korea to import such a species but if it's still possible by either ems or DHL, please let me know. Thank you all for reading this message. sincerely yours, Anthony Park argus0325@naver.com
  9. Posted by Dave Grimm on 1/28/2007, 7:02 pm 68.186.123.221 Heres a list of the roaches I have available. Blaptica dubia , orange spot blaberus discoidalis , discoids blaberus fusca , dwarf cave eublaberus prosticus , orange heads Eublaberus distante , cousin to orange head G. portentosa, common hisser elliptorhina chopardi , mini tiger hisser B. fumigata , cuban burrowing Let me know what you may be interested in and quantities ,which will effect price and we can work up a deal, or possibly trade. To contact me, davegrimm1@gmail.com Thank you , Dave
  10. Posted by Bri. on 3/12/2007, 5:03 pm 62.252.32.11 Hi. Anyone out there with P. aegyptiaca available who can ship to the UK and take payment by Paypal ? Thanks. host@ebonydragon.com
  11. Posted by John on 3/12/2007, 4:35 pm, in reply to "Re: thehissingroach" 216.19.216.33 I buy my roaches from the hisser hotel, cute name. I think the hissers are pretty neat but my lizard loves them. www.thehisserhotel.com
  12. Posted by Manon on 10/14/2006, 1:55 am, in reply to "Re: thehissingroach" 4.228.54.60 Mantidsassassins, I am a preschool teacher and I am looking to buy 2-3 hissers. I want them to be the same sex so I do not get a population explostion. Would you by any chance still have some? Thanks yogosafire@yahoo.com
  13. Re: thehissingroach Posted by mantidsassassins on 3/20/2006, 9:05 am, in reply to "thehissingroach" 4.224.186.166 No, but I have nice hissers and tiger hissers if you're looking for quality stock. mantidsassassins@yahoo.com
  14. Re: thehissingroach Posted by Takeshi on 3/20/2006, 10:28 pm, in reply to "Re: thehissingroach" 152.163.100.14 I bought hissers and other pet roaches from Mel at www.hissingcockroach.com. Here is the link: http://hissingcockroach.com/ Please learn how to take care of your pets BEFORE purchasing them. I posted many breeding tips of hissers. Good luck to you and your pet insects! Takeshi niceguyinny123@aol.com Link: http://hissingcockroach.com/
  15. Posted by pam on 3/17/2006, 10:12 am 207.177.85.230 has anyone done business with the hissing roach?thanks pamkay@wctatel.net
  16. Posted by Anthony Park on 3/7/2007, 12:14 pm 71.219.29.36 Hi, My name is Anthony Park and I live in SLC, UT. One of my friends in South Korea asked me if there are any ways to import Madagascan Giant Hissing Cockroaches Gromphadorhina portentosa to South Korea from any other countries. I know it's illegal in S. Korea to import such a species but if it's still possible by either ems or DHL, please let me know. Thank you all for reading this message. sincerely yours, Anthony Park dspark_65201@yahoo.com
  17. Posted by Bri. on 3/3/2007, 6:27 am, in reply to "Want to BUY!!" 62.252.32.11 Hi James, Glad to find you on here. I've been trying to contact you recently without any success. Could you drop me a line please if you see this. Thanks, Bri. host@ebonydragon.com
  18. Posted by Bri. on 3/3/2007, 6:27 am, in reply to "Want to BUY!!" 62.252.32.11 Hi James, Glad to find you on here. I've been trying to contact you recently without any success. Could you drop me a line please if you see this. Thanks, Bri. host@ebonydragon.com
  19. Posted by Samuel on 2/9/2007, 10:26 pm, in reply to "Want to BUY!!" 72.25.18.133 Hey, I might be able to suply you with 500 lobster roaches. How much would you be willing to pay? Let me know, ~Samuel Bear_foot_inc@yahoo.com
  20. Posted by James on 2/3/2007, 5:36 pm 70.231.131.51 Looking for large QTY's of lobster and hissing roaches. Looking for 500 or more at a time. Thx, James james.blaberus@gmail.com
  21. Posted by Bri. on 3/3/2007, 6:24 am, in reply to "Panesthia australis, Therea grandjeani, and Therea grandjeani wanted." 62.252.32.11 Sorry guys, just noticed the title is wrong, the last one should have been Blaberus giganteus not a repeat of the Therea grandjeani !!
  22. Posted by Bri. on 3/3/2007, 6:21 am 62.252.32.11 Is there any one out there who has the above who is willing to ship to the UK ? Thanks. Bri. host@ebonydragon.com
  23. Re: hisser nymphs.... Posted by orin on 3/2/2007, 11:41 am, in reply to "hisser hymphs...." 207.200.116.139 Newborn are 1/2" and they mature in six to nine months depending on temperature and food. elytraandantenna@lycos.com
  24. Posted by Tanner on 3/1/2007, 4:06 pm 69.211.77.138 Im wondering how big hisser nymphs are, and how long until they are full grown??? tanner@uwm.edu
  25. Posted by orin on 3/2/2007, 11:38 am, in reply to "telling cockroaches apart" 207.200.116.139 Labs usually mark on them with paint to identify individuals. Fingernail polish would work, just don't put it near the spiracles or mouthparts. elytraandantenna@lycos.com
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