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  1. Thanks just picked up some more, I'll post an update when they have settled in some! Thanks, Chad
  2. You can use a heat pad, connected to a thermostat. That'll solve over heating problems and melting the tub. Cheers, Chad
  3. Thanks for the info Kyle. Hopefully I'll have some nice black wing adults once my nymphs molt! Cheers, Chad
  4. Thanks Peter! As in what's eating the roaches, or what are the roaches eating? I keep Varanus similis, and Varanus tristis that eat the roaches. Thanks, Chad
  5. A lot of Chameleon breeders feed Green Banna Roaches, but you'll have to deal with climbing, and flying. Cheers, Chad
  6. Correct me if I'm wrong, but I thought pure cranifer, had jet black wings with no other wing patter/color? Cheers, Chad
  7. B. fusca, and fusca crosses make great feeders, along with B. boliviensis among other species in the Blaberus complex. Jon I keep Orange heads they reproduce just as fast as dubia, but do offer a slightly odor, my V. tristis, and V. similis don't seem to care much. However they do seem to need more space than dubia IE: you can keep 300+ adults and 1000's of nymph dubia in a smaller tub than you could if you had the same amount of Orange heads they also need more moisture other than this they are great feeders with the nymphs being larger than dubia as well. Cheers, Chad
  8. Thanks, they are neat roaches, but startle easily. They make great feeders though. Thanks, Chad
  9. B. fusca crosses? To many B. lateralis, anyone need some? Thanks, Chad
  10. Hello all, My name is Chad M. Lane, I've been breeding mostly feeder species, like B. dubia, and B. fusca crosses off and on for the last 12 years. I just recently started getting into other species of feeders and non-feeder species. I currently am up to 8 species with 4 new species on the way. I have B. dubia, B. lateralis, B. fusca crosses I believe?, B. discoidalis, B. boliviensis, E. distanti, E. posticus, and B. fumigata. Here's some photos. B. boliviensis E. posticus Female B. fumigata Male B. fumigata E. distanti E. distanti nymph Thanks, Chad
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