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  1. I have to agree with Orin... I feed mine fish food also...also throw apples, carrots, etc. in there. I have had success with a small amount of bananna baby food... I might try putting some rotten wood logs in the cage for the egg cases to be laid on... the majority of my egg cases have been laid onto the bedding...one was glued to the eggcrate... I think they would REALLY benefit from a rotten wood log to lay there egg cases on... Good luck...these are one of my favorite species... Graham
  2. LOL- they are a great species. I hvae had 2 more eggcases hatch over the past few months. The colony is finally beginning to get established. Graham
  3. Yes, I forgot about the free boxes that USPS will send you...although they aren't the nice styro lined ones, they still work fine during certain temps...plus they'll send you free labels and tape....
  4. Maybe we could get this thread posted as a sticky..... I the invert hobby there are supplies that we all use but few people actually know where to find them... it's taken me years to "discover" them. A great example are the plastic invert vials... Thornton plastics produces them and offers 9 different sizes! When you order, it's a huge box...it's nice to split an order with someone... Or all the deli cups..Superior Enterprise sells ALL your shipping needs, including a new SMALL styro lined box that is PERFECT for shipping inverts in. And lastly, a few days ago I discovered a really cool s
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    Hey Ralph, Welcome to the fourm. Yep, most of the roach people in the hobby hang out here...great group! I agree with Orin... Blaberus giganteus is a VERY impressive species. Orin recently sent me a picture of a B. giganteus with a wingspan of 145mm+... WOW is all you can say. I have Orin's bloodline- they are 100% pure...the best I've ever seen (you can pm him here or email from his website: http://www.angelfire.com/oh3/elytraandantenna/ )...I've had other bloodlines in the past but they never reached as large at this one. I have no experience with Blaberus fusca- sorry (so my opinio
  6. It's always nice to put names with faces...lets see everyone.
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    Yes, there is another Therea in culture that has swirly/question mark patterns on its wings instead of the Domino spots. You should also show your mother a pictures of the Glowspot Roaches... they are awesome...Can't Fly... smaller than hissers... long lived... slow moving.... Graham
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    Welcome- It's wonderful that you are so enthusiastic about insects. When I was your age it was 100% reptiles (although I did have 1 tarantula when I was 15)... Years later I have an entire room full of inverts and reptiles... it's a fun hobby. Peoples (including MANY mothers) have a bad perception about roaches...they don't realize that only a few are considered a pest species and the rest come in amazing colors, shapes and sizes.... You'll be 18 soon enough...just hold on for a few more years. Welcome... Graham
  9. Does anyone have any target species they are after this year? I've been dying to get some G. oblongata and Panesthia sp. roaches... I should have at least the G. oblongata coming and hopefully (keeping fingers crossed) some Panesthia.... plus maybe a few more suprises. Hopefully this year I'll see most of my colonies take off...most of the roaches have finally matured...now it's just a matter of time (hopefully) before the colonies start producing... Very exciting.... especially once the glowspots start dropping young!!!!!!
  10. I added a few more pics and was able to fix/add a few page links... still TONS of work left to do... but it's getting there.
  11. AWESOME- Those are some of my favorite species!!!!
  12. Thanks Keith- I appreciate the comments... LOL- yes, I also love pirates so the avatar fits me well... funny! Yoruf riend, Graham
  13. Hey Roachsmith! I don't have any good pics of the A. insignis currently, BUT here is a link to the photogallery here on the Allpet Roach Forum to a thread that Matt K posted showing some different hissers... the LAST photo in the group (I believe it's #7...anyways, it's the last one) is one of the BEST photos of an A. insignis that I've seen...Matt K is a wonderful photographer. Yoru friend, Graham
  14. Thanks Peter- Yes, A few years ago I had the site: Strange Cargo Inverts selling just invertebrates.. it was a much prettier site (paid a friend to make it). No problem about the links- I just added the links to all my friends- y'all all have great sites and great service. I just finished sending all my website files to my girlfriends sister who does web design...she wants to "spice" it up... I'm excited. There sure is alot of work that goes into a website. My next goal is to beign taking pics of all the animals I have listed... In the future I'd love to start adding articles o
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