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Margattea sp. "Macao" (Macao Spotted Roach)


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Could potentially be a Megamareta sp., we're not a 100% sure yet TBH. The common name is also a working title, couldn't think of anything else descriptive to call them. Anyways, another neat Ectobiid addition to culture. :)

Ooth:

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Small nymphs:

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Medium nymph:

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Adult male:

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I've already got my next generation hatching out, hopefully they'll be established in US culture among fellow Ectobiid enthusiasts soon! 😁

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  • Hisserdude changed the title to Margattea sp. "Macao" (Macao Spotted Roach)

Congratulations TJ! Awesome to see them flourish !!

Cheers!

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8 hours ago, Martin said:

Congratulations TJ! Awesome to see them flourish !!

Cheers!

Thanks, glad they're doing fairly well in my care so far! 😁

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