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B. Dubia with dark color


Dennis
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I also have those in my colony. I guess they're normal?

There are also those females which are oblong in shape, has light coloration, and are smaller than the dark ones.

Ahhh. I suppose I'm more attentive since I regain interest on roaches. I used to have 6 spotted, lobster, discoid, tiger hissers and peppered roaches. When my son was diagnosed with diabetes I got depressed and neglected my collections only B. dubia's survived. Some additions to my collections now: A. tesselata, P. nivea, B. fusca and B. lateralis.

My wishlist right now.

1. D. punctata

2. E. distanti

3. E. prosticus

4. B. craniifer

5. T. petiveriana

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