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Matt K
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A majority of them are much more 'red' than any other hisser might be. When they get fat they are red white black, and young they have white markings on thier "shoulders". Pretty neat-o.

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Wow Matt, you've got a lot of handsome cockroaches. I've seen pictures of hisser colonies with white 'shoulders' in the past though I thought it included adult females but I'm guessing those photos were these. Have you noticed any anatomical details that could be used to easily separate them from the other hissers if they got mixed in?

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Wow Matt, you've got a lot of handsome cockroaches. I've seen pictures of hisser colonies with white 'shoulders' in the past though I thought it included adult females but I'm guessing those photos were these. Have you noticed any anatomical details that could be used to easily separate them from the other hissers if they got mixed in?

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