mason Posted May 22 Share Posted May 22 So quite obviously Strumosa is very hard to come by in roaches in the US and I have seen very few people with success, after doing some searching around in this forum found some interesting stuff. Some claims have been made when Lucihormetica or Hormetica haven't bred when shipped as adults or at least that is what I thought TJ meant in his post about it. Is maybe that Hormetica Strumosa needs to be sent as nymphs for them to get established to breed? Wizentroop and Tyrandall are the two people that I know of that is successful. I really want to get into these guys in the future (Not anytime soon). Just really wished there was more information on why people are having a hard time with them such as TJ. Another good point to provide is how Tyrandall provides them rotting wood like soon roaches need, of course, he states that he replaces it after it has been used up, etc. If you guys have any ideas on why their so hard I'd love to talk about it. Their an absolutely beautiful roach and needs to be figured out when it comes to their breeding. Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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