crittergu Posted October 27, 2007 Share Posted October 27, 2007 Received a group of Blaberus giganteus(5 adults, several large nymphs, maybe 10 smaller nymphs). All I can say is man these are big uns! I think some are close to 3.5 inches(90mm) though I have not measured them. What is the biggest giganteus anyone has seen? Female. About 3.25 or a little more. Some of the adults+nymph. For those who've been keeping these do non roach people think these are large? To me they seem almost too big to be bugs. But I always here people talking about roaches(probably P. americana) that are "as big as their hand" or whatever. Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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