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Nicolas Rousseaux

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  1. No subspecies known... But maybe one day those Princisia will become just a Gromphadorhina portentosa subspecies
  2. 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
  3. 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.
  4. why the hell should they be hybridized... They're beautiful on pure line, don't need those shits...
  5. probably not a good idea to give your adress in public on the internet...
  6. hi Gyna lurida young: male: female: yellow form: bye!
  7. Hi Gyna caffrorum[/img] young: female: with red spots male (with red spots) bye!
  8. Hi Ergaula capucina: young (that small stuff in the middle of the pic) female: male: bye!
  9. each square on the picture is 5mm long, I should measure one to get sure but they are something like 15mm long
  10. Forcep, youngs and adult males have a red head, but adult females have a black one
  11. I agree with Cariblatta, looks like Periplaneta brunnea nymps!
  12. hi Corydidarum pygmaea group (youngs, females, males): male: female: defense... bye!
  13. Hi! Blaberus craniifer "black wings": young male: female: bye!
  14. They are from a quiet reliable breeder, so I'm quiet sure they are. As far as I know, the holotype for this species is brown winged, not black, but specimens are highly variable. We talked about it with several other hobbyist, loads of us think that they might be the same species (very difficult to say with this genus), but from different area
  15. We have two forms in the european hobby, I don't know if it's the case in the US. We have that light form and the black one too, I'll post pictures of those ones next week
  16. Pycnoscelus femapterus young: female: short-winged male: long-winged male: bye!
  17. They are pests here too, but not as common as in your area I think! Well, to keep them in the box, I use a fauna box and put an absorbing paper between the tank and the top, they can't escape
  18. Hi Periplaneta australasiae young: male: female: bye!
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