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Nicolas Rousseaux

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About Nicolas Rousseaux

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  • Birthday 07/11/1992

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  1. Hey, It may be Melanozosteria, but I'm not totally sure
  2. Hey Everyone, Indeed, the first Schizopilia were collected in Mitaraka, French Guiana. I've been in touch with the Museum since 2016, and contributed to their research by giving a large amount of individuals from diferent species. Later, the contacted me about this species. The F1 generation was close to be adults but there were no research planned for them, so they were not planning to keep them and asked me if I wanted to receive them. The only thing I've seen about them was a black and white illustration without scale... You can imagine how crazy I was when I saw that pro
  3. Gil, I'm impressed on how much both nymphs and adults looks close to Schizopilia! I'll try to take some new pics when my nymphs get adults to show you
  4. they are at a temp between 25 and 30°C, on a dead leaves/wood mixed substrate, humid all the time... I feed them fish pellets and apples, they are doing very well!
  5. Gromphadorhini sp. is the best way to label it. Impossible to prove it's Gromphadorhina portentosa and not another species, or an hybrid
  6. No subspecies known... But maybe one day those Princisia will become just a Gromphadorhina portentosa subspecies
  7. http://www.roachforum.com/index.php?showtopic=4452 check on the topic, they are quiet small on my hand on the forst and second page of this topic, you can see huge males: http://www.roachforum.com/index.php?showtopic=4844&st=0
  8. They are smaller than Gromphadorhina and Princisia, but bigger than Elliptorhina chopardi... Maybe about the size of Elliptorhina javanica. Some are smaller, some bigger, but I think you get a good idea comparing like this. A huge male can happen but it's not very common. This year, I've had one big male in both of my colonies (first one in the classical colony, second one in a colony from a more recent import, a little darker). Those big males can reach the size of a normal Gromphadorhina male.
  9. why the hell should they be hybridized... They're beautiful on pure line, don't need those shits...
  10. probably not a good idea to give your adress in public on the internet...
  11. hi Gyna lurida young: male: female: yellow form: bye!
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