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I have been engaged in Gromphadorhini species for quite some time and throughout the whole time, and I observe in all cultures without exception a whitish coating on the tergites of the male abdomen. I noticed that it appears only in mature males, who are very active and exhibit pronounced sexual behavior. Males that do not exhibit this behavior have no plaque. What do you think it could be?
Of all the Blattodea, I am most interested in the species of the Gromphadorhini tribe (probably noticeable in my nickname ). Naturally, I strive to collect all kinds of this group of cockroaches. In any case, those that are in laboratory culture. For a long time I’ve been looking for Leozehntnera maxima (van Herrewege, 1973), but unfortunately for some reason they are nowhere to be found. I wonder if someone in the laboratory culture has them and can they be bought?
I am abecedarian. Frankly, my english is not good. I have a question about “Gromphadorhini”; “Gromphadorhini”Including these? Aeluropoda Aeluropoda insignis Ateloblatta Ateloblatta cambouini Ateloblatta malagassa Ateloblatta natvigi Elliptorhina Elliptorhina brunneri Elliptorhina chopardi Elliptorhina coquereliana Elliptorhina davidi Elliptorhina javanica Elliptorhina laevigata Elliptorhina lefeuvri Elliptorhina oblonga Elliptorhina problematica Elliptorhina testacea Gromphadorhina Gromphadorhina grandidieri Gromphadorhina