BugmanPrice Posted March 1, 2008 Share Posted March 1, 2008 I have a question. In the past when I've had roaches I always just used to let nature take its course so to say. I never really did any selective breeding or whatever. In nonwinged, variable sized species (Hissers more precisely) how is it you tell exactly weather a roach is a small adult or big subadult? I'm doing some ecology lifetable and growth curve analysis stuff and I need to be able to tell which roaches are sexually matured and which ones haven't. Could anybody offer up some advice? Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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