Hisserdude Posted March 26, 2016 Share Posted March 26, 2016 The female in the picture passed away without dropping any oothe for me, and the nymphs that I've been saving for my friend turned out to be a gray color form of Latiblattella rehni! Unfortunately, both turned out to be males so I was giving up on breeding them.....until I found an adult female plus 3 nymphs while I was in northern FL for family vacation! I'm really hoping to be able to breed these That's cool, always nice to find different color forms! I hope you are successful in breeding both the E.gemma and the L.rehni, it would be really cool to isolate that color form! Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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