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Hello all,

My name is Chad M. Lane, I've been breeding mostly feeder species, like B. dubia, and B. fusca crosses off and on for the last 12 years. I just recently started getting into other species of feeders and non-feeder species.

I currently am up to 8 species with 4 new species on the way.

I have B. dubia, B. lateralis, B. fusca crosses I believe?, B. discoidalis, B. boliviensis, E. distanti, E. posticus, and B. fumigata.

Here's some photos.

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B. boliviensis

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E. posticus

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Female B. fumigata

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Male B. fumigata

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E. distanti

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E. distanti nymph

Thanks,

Chad

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