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Blaberus fusca


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Other than the universal sexing method (ie flipping them over and looking at the terminal segments) you can sex the adults fairly well by colors. The males are smaller and have a higher contrast between the elytral band and the rest of the body, whereas the females are larger and darker.

(In the last photo, all are males except the one on the bottom.)

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  • 4 weeks later...

Very fuscous! :P They look great, I've almost gotten these a few times.

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