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Polyphaga aegyptiaca


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Here is my setup.

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They are sharing the cage with my Flathorn hisser (which is three plus years old), and a male Eleodes sp.

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In my experience, The normal hisser or the flathorn hisser. Mine were kept at room temps, and were all males, so they had a longer lifespan than they would if I had them breeding. Hope this helps!

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  • 3 months later...

Here are some pics I took the other day, they have all molted, and 2 of them have greatly darkened and have doubled in size!

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  • 6 months later...

Here are some pics of the ootheca. These guys are really prolific!!!

An ootheca over a week old and a somewhat freshly laid ootheca:

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Somewhat freshly laid ootheca:

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Older ootheca:

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Hopefully in 5-7 months I will have some babies crawling around! :D

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Love these. Hmm come to think about it, I like everything you post pics of lol.

Haha, thanks! :D It's really hard to not like a roach in my experience. ;)

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