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  1. Roachforum is the oldest of the existing invertebrate forums. Thanks to every member and especially Peter of BIC for keeping it alive. The costs and competing groups that come and go could easily have fizzled it out without such support.
  2. Welcome! Arenivaga are pretty easy to keep in a cage with solid sides, a vented lid, a few inches of sandy soil and some leaf litter. They will eat very tiny amounts of dog food and fruit too.
  3. Actually it's ammonia buildup because they don't bind it in uric acid but even if they understood what they were talking about they'd be wrong.
  4. I have no idea what they're on, it has probably been in there for twenty years.
  5. I use shoeboxes without fitting lids but no holes.
  6. For most species the babies at least will climb out of those holes. They can't climb smooth surfaces very well but they do.
  7. Thanks Martin. I've always wanted to get an electronic version up but I couldn't convert the old files to something usable and didn't have anyone who would be able to host them. I'm not sure I would have the money and certainly not the time to build and pay for a hosting platform. Coachwhip gave the opportunity to get them up just a week or two ago. They are combined and translated from 2000.pub files (2 or 3 files per issue) and each file is 25-65 MB which you still can't send in an e-mail. The reason for multiple files and why the oldest ones have b/w pics in the text is the color ones took
  8. First time ever available in electronic format. Available through Coachwhip Books https://coachwhip.com/collections/invertebrate-pets/products/invertebrates-magazine-2001-2002 there are dozens of cockroach articles and features.
  9. I think it should be close to the heat mat so you get a good reading to avoid hot spots.
  10. The Cleveland Aqarium stock is 1972 and I'm not sure if vendors are using that name for a pure stock actually from there. Of course G. oblongonata are the coolest by a mile.
  11. December 2020 Invertebrates Magazine Issue This issue we begin with a relative freshman to Pachnoda culture introduced to us by Hes of Sklipkan arthropod magazine fame (sklipkan means spider, or more specifically tarantula, in the Czech Republic). Next, we look at culturing a pretty, little, Nearctic tortoise beetle, 2020’s imports of camel-spiders out of Egypt, and a contender for the largest of the terrestrial isopods, Titan A. E. (After Entomology as crustaceans have taken over the bug hobby). We review three decades of experiences keeping the heaviest non-colonial invertebrates on ear
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