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Hi Orin -

No idea. This question was posed on a local site, but no-one could answer it, and I thought I'd try to help...

I thought they looked like N. rhombifolia too, but they were found wild and I don't believe we have that species here, but...who knows? :mellow:

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If I had to take a stab at it I'd say they're either N. rhombifolia or some Periplaneta or related genera nymphs.

Kyle, compare the pattern on the pronotum and also, you can compare the 4 dots on the plates over the thorax. That's what makes me think its a Harlequin. That picture I posted is one I took of my harlequins when I still had them.

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