jebbewocky Posted May 1, 2012 Share Posted May 1, 2012 I started my B.giganteus colony from two individuals summer of 2010. I had nymps within a few months, starting in a 10 gallon aquarium, and then I moved them up to a 40gallon aquarium with some G.portentosa, and H.tenebrisoca. I've been experiencing periodic die-offs, usually a handful adults every few months. Does this seem average? I used to have a carpet of adult giganteus, and I wonder if I'm just seeing a generation die-off, and being replaced slowly, or if maybe the portentosa are predating on them? I usually find just wings, legs, and maybe antenna, no heads or abdomens. Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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