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wait a second! zephyr has those guys too? :o

anyways, the second picture is not of hissers! hissers are wingless!! :o what r u trying to pull? :P :P

r the bottom 2 pics of blaberus discoidalis??

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wait a second! zephyr has those guys too? :o

anyways, the second picture is not of hissers! hissers are wingless!! :o what r u trying to pull? :P :P

r the bottom 2 pics of blaberus discoidalis??

The bottom are Peppered Roaches, it says so in the title.

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Coco fiber and cypress mulch for the A. tesselatas. Zephyr: I thought he might have another molt In him but I wasn't sure, how do you know?

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The horns aren't fully developed and he still has juvenile coloration, though the latter generally isn't always noticeable. Generally they lose that white-ish colors between the tergites as adults and it only becomes noticeable again in gravid females. Make sure he has an exceptionally comfortable place to molt as often these gigantic "morph" individuals will have deformed antennae if they molt under anything but the best conditions.

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Awesome, thanks for the advice, Gigantor is going to be moved into his own little home,because he's just that awesome.

He is awesome! Be sure to put a couple ladies in with him so he doesn't get lonely ;)

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He's one of the greatest roach-related things I've ever seen. Congrats!

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