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  1. It varies from 20-28 degrees Celsius in summer and 20-22 the rest of the year. I moisturize every now and then. They live in a layer of peat, leaves, rotten wood and a layer of leaves at the top, a piece of bark and branches also
  2. Here are some other animals that I have at home: Theraphosidae: 0.1.0 Avicularia cf. avicularia 0.1.0 Avicularia metallica 0.1.0 Avicularia minatrix 0.1.0 Avicularia versicolor ("RCF") 1.0.0 Brachypelma epicureanum 0.0.2 Cyriocosmus elegans 0.0.3 Cyriocosmus perezmilesi 0.1.0 Grammostola alticeps 0.0.3 Hapalopus sp. Colombia "large" 0.1.0 Haplopelma lividum 0.1.0 Haplopelma minax 0.1.0 Heteroscodra maculata 0.0.12 Holothele incei 0.1.0 Pelinobius muticus 0.1.0 Poecilotheria fasciata 1.1.0 Poecilotheria formosa 0.0.5 Poecilotheria metallica 0.1.0 Poecilotheria miranda 0.1.0 Poecilotheria ornata 0.1.0 Poecilotheria pederseni 0.1.0 Poecilotheria regalis 0.1.0 Poecilotheria rufilata 0.0.2 Poecilotheria smithi 0.1.0 Poecilotheria striata 0.0.1 Poecilotheria subfusca 0.0.2 Poecilotheria tigrinawesseli 0.1.0 Psalmopoeus pulcher 0.1.0 Psalmopoeus reduncus 0.1.0 Pterinochilus murinus "RCF" 0.0.2 Stromatopelma calceatum ~//~//~//~//~//~//~//~//~//~//~//~//~//~//~ Dipluridae: 0.1.0 Linothele fallax ~//~//~//~//~//~//~//~//~//~//~//~//~//~//~ Theridiidae 0.0.1 Latrodectus hasseltii ~//~//~//~//~//~//~//~//~//~//~//~//~//~//~ Phrynichidae: 1.1.0 Damon diadema ~//~//~//~//~//~//~//~//~//~//~//~//~//~//~ Reduviidae: Platymeris sp. mombo ~//~//~//~//~//~//~//~//~//~//~//~//~//~//~ Diplopoda: Anadenobolus monilicornis Aphistogoniulus hova Archispirostreptus gigas Archispirostreptus sp. ? Chicobolus spinigerus Cambalidea sp. (Bala annulata) Epibolus pulchripes Mardonius parilis acuticonus Ophistreptus sp. Spirostreptida spec.1 Spirostreptus gregorius Telodeinopus aoutii Telodeinopus assiensis ~//~//~//~//~//~//~//~//~//~//~//~//~//~//~ Anthropoda: Collembola sp Porcellio sp Trichorhina tomentosa Isopoda sp, Bruna tropiska gråsuggor Thermobia domestica, Ugnssmyg ~//~//~//~//~//~//~//~//~//~//~//~//~//~//~ Gekkonidae: 0.X.0 Lepidodactylus lugubris 1.0.0 Lygodactylus kimhowelli 2.2.1 Nephrurus milii 0.1.0 Chondrodactylus turneri 2.2.1 Rhacodactylus ciliatus ~//~//~//~//~//~//~//~//~//~//~//~//~//~//~ Amphibia 0.0.4 Polypedates leucomystax ~//~//~//~//~//~//~//~//~//~//~//~//~//~//~ Akvarium: Akvarium nr1: Poecilia wingei - Endlers guppy Akvarium nr2: Nannostomus eques - Pennfisk Danio margaritatus - Pärlrasbora, Galaxyrasbora Farlowella gracilis - Grenmal Pseudomugil sp ev Pseudomugil furcatus Yunnanilus cruciatus - Dvärgbotia Neocaridina heteropoda - Körsbärsräka Caridina multidentata Anentome helena Caridina cf. cantonensis "Tiger" ~//~//~//~//~//~//~//~//~//~//~//~//~//~//~
  3. I think it was apple and banana they had to eat and then they become crazy when they get flake food for aquarium fish
  4. Thx, It's like poison, being addicted in the long run
  5. My Macropanesthia rhinoceros arrived yesterday evening
  6. No, nothing like that at all, I just mixed peat, rotten wood and beech leaves, heating mat in the back right corner, then I put in large branches in the substrate
  7. The Boxes B.dubia E.chopardi G.portentosa
  8. Hi Orin, no, not yet, they have not taken off as I expected
  9. I have so thick substrate for the nymphs, they dig down very deep
  10. Archimandrita tesselata. Newly molted Foodtime. .
  11. Tony, 48, Sweden, Skane, Kristianstad. Q1: Do you currently raise any roaches? A1: Yes I do. Q2: If so, how many? A2: 17 different spices Q3: Do you culture roaches as pets or feeders? A3: Both Q4: If feeders, what kinds? A4: Blaptica dubia, Elliptorhina chopardi, Gromphadorhina portentosa and Oxyhaloa deusta Q5: Are there any specific roach questions that you would like to ask the community? A5: No Q6: How did you find our community? A6: By misstake :/ My roaches list: Aeluropoda insignis Archimandrita tesselata Blaberus atropos Blaberus craniifer "Black Wing" Blaberus giganteus Blaptica dubia Elliptorhina chopardi Eublaberus posticus Eupolyphaga sinensis Gromphadorhina portentosa Gyna lurida Lucihormetica verrucosa Oxyhaloa deusta Panchlora Sp. Giant Pycnoscelus nigra Pychoscelus striatus Therea olegrandjeani on the way home: Macropanesthia rhinoceros. // Tony
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