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Dexter and Debbie

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  1. I use to sell and use food grade silicone lubricant. It works great, its hard to find and expensive but its safe to use and it works for all climbing species.
  2. They may not be hungry. Assassins are very finicky, babies will sometimes wait for adults take down a meal and feed off the larger prey, but when they are very small they usually wait until they are very hungry before attacking something, beacuse they are delicate and if the prey item is too big it may damage them. Email me directly at doubleds92084@aol.com i will gie you full details on how i raise my assassins. DexterD
  3. here is the You tube Link for those who cant view the image.
  4. I took this video today, I woke up to find almost all of my rhino oraches above ground. The warm weather must have gotten them up but they were all over th place just hanging out, mom was with her babies and the dadas were beig protective as usual. After the video was shot they all took off back underground but it was good to see them. Video is on the home page, check it out. Dexter D DoubleD's http://www.doubleds.org
  5. woke up this morning to find a few of them molting and figured i would share it with everyone. Check it out, it was pretty cool to see it fill up with air and expand its body until it was solid, pretty cool. Here is the link its at the bottom of the page. will post more videos soon. Dexter D DoubleD's http://www.doubleds.org
  6. Congrats on the Macropanestia, if you have any questions about raising the babies let me know. I have raised quite a few...
  7. The nymphs are bright yellow and the adults are lighter colored! Where are these found I have never seen this before? http://tuatera.com/f...blaptica-dubia/ The New color dubia is not a sub species (i thought it was last year when i saw them for sale)but a color morp that has been isolated in Germany and is being bred for fun. Everybody Loves Dubia
  8. That was pretty cute man, good thing you got good stock, Hit me up if you have any questions.
  9. Definatley Paliida roaches, they are fairley prolific and make good feeders. Eublab Pantanal look like this. http://www.doubleds.org/images/DSC06421.JPG
  10. Looking good, keep up the good work.

  11. Hi Guys.. check out my pics of the Rhino Roaches!

  12. the obolongonata in my set up are so strong that when the males fight the whole place gets rearranged. I sometimes grab the largest male and test him out by pushing against his horns and he will push mack equally strong and try to flip my finger. Rhinos are just plane amazing in size and beauty.
  13. I just love the Blaberus, from Discoidalis to Giganteous they are probably the most interesting for me especially when i first started in the roach collection.
  14. Interested in obtaining some of your Deropeltis willing to trade or purchase from you, do you have 50 available?

    Dexter D

    DoubleDs

  15. here is some basic information breeding Firebrats. Firebrats (Thermobius domestica) Firebrats are a great food item, but are slow breeders and not very productive, but it is definitely worth your while. If you want to breed your own firebrats you should transfer the starter culture to a larger tight container. Put half an inch of wheat bran in the container as a substrate, fill the container with egg crate and add some lumps of cotton wool for egg laying. Feed the firebrats a couple of times per week with fish flakes, or springtail chow. It is important to keep the humidity low. Firebrats
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