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  1. I honestly didn't think about it at the time. I just knew it wasn't one of my roaches. it is terribly small to be a dubia not including I have never seen a dubia with a flattened back end. it moved a lot like a turkish runner not as fast but it wasn't trying to stay still and hide. it was trying to run like hell. I wish I could have grabbed one of my cups but i didn't want him to get away! lol
  2. I currently keep B. Dubia and Turkish Runners. I was cleaning today and found this guy. Can anyone tell me what species this on is? His head is cut off because I couldn't get him to stay still. He has the top body structure of a dubia but the back is flat and has two little points jutting out. It doesn't look like a common house roach. Thank you guys.
  3. Good to know! i am just working with a little less space then i would like and i would really prefer to let my dubias grow. So Ill just get another bin I suppose. I just didnt know if it would affect growth rates, deaths, or poliforation. if anyone could answe that it would be great! Because if not then i may concider keeping together I can pull feeders out for the month and keep them seperate so I dont disturb the colnoies too much.
  4. I was curious if I could keep Blaptica Dubia and Blatta Lateralis (red runners, turkish roaches) together in the same bin if I can't it is no problem I was just asking to see if it was possible and them still be prolific. Also I was hoping to save some space. Hope to hear from someone soon thank you!
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