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Aptera fusca


Daniel
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Hi!

I got these beatiful roaches from my good friend Fredrik Haljesgard. Thank you again Fredrik :)

This is a South African species that I have never seen before in the hobby.

http://s218.photobucket.com/albums/cc45/Kn...nt=P6110013.jpg

http://s218.photobucket.com/albums/cc45/Kn...nt=P6110022.jpg

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Hi!

I have just kept them for a month or so. They dont seem difficult to keep. If I get some nymphs (I and a friend have 20 adult females) some of them might be up for trade. If someone is interested in trading I do have surplus nymphs of a lot of rare species. Look at this website to see what species I keep (I appologize for it being in swedish). www.zoonen.com/minzoon.asp?oid=485245

Take care

Daniel

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Hey

That is not my website, but I know the guy who has it. He doesnt keep that many animals anymore but he has among other things a nice collection of aquatic snails.

I will trade for other kinds of invertebrates than roaches. If you keep or can collect any millipedes, snails, isopods, spiders and so on.

Cheers

Daniel

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Hi!

I have just kept them for a month or so. They dont seem difficult to keep. If I get some nymphs (I and a friend have 20 adult females) some of them might be up for trade. If someone is interested in trading I do have surplus nymphs of a lot of rare species. Look at this website to see what species I keep (I appologize for it being in swedish). www.zoonen.com/minzoon.asp?oid=485245

Take care

Daniel

Impressive list!! Unfortunately I haven't got any animal that you don't have already. I will keep an eye out for the add listing. ;)

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Cool, saw them in a book once. I sure would like to have those in the U.S.! Do they hiss?

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Cool, saw them in a book once. I sure would like to have those in the U.S.! Do they hiss?

They do hiss a little when disturbed, but not at all as loudly as Gromphadorhina.

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