Zephyr Posted February 28, 2011 Share Posted February 28, 2011 I first received my Blaberus giganteus colony in September 2007. Since then they have gone through plenty of differently sized and shaped container and many different substrates. After using plywood and experimenting with dermestid beetles as a tank clean-up crew I found that things weren't going the way I wanted. The roaches were multiplying but the container had an odor and the beetles would eat all the grain foods I put in for the roaches. Finally, I made the switch to a new container, new substrate, and new molting platforms, as well as a new clean-up crew (Alphitobius diaperinus). Behold the product of 3.5 years of research and breeding! Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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