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Arenivaga sp. "Mount Ord, AZ" (Mt. Ord Stump Roach)


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A pretty little Arenivaga species that's either a weird form of Arenivaga investigata, or an undescribed species. Seem to be pretty easy to rear so far, can't wait to see adults in person! :D

Small nymphs:

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The original stock was collected from the dust at the bottom of a tree stump, hence the common name.

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  • Hisserdude changed the title to Arenivaga sp. "Mount Ord, AZ" (Mt. Ord Stump Roach)
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One of my friends who's had issues breeding this species sent me his last two females a couple weeks ago. Still haven't made any ooths yet, which is weird, but hopefully they will soon. One of my own male nymphs looks like it'll mature soon, so maybe a fresh mate will get them producing ooths. Anyways, here's some pics of the adult females:

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  • 3 weeks later...

Got my first male of this species... Wow, they're pretty. 😍

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