ambystoma Posted February 11, 2015 Share Posted February 11, 2015 Hi everyone, should go without saying that I'm new to the forum. I've kept inverts for years now, started with tarantulas and now I've moved on to roaches. I've kept a colony of dubias and lateralis for a while now and have had very little issues getting them going. I recently bought a bunch of new species, as I've grown to appreciate them more and more. This past week I've picked up: Schultesia lampyridiformis Gyna lurida - normal and yellows Eurycotis floridana - wc a few weeks ago. layin ooths already. Blaberus craniifer Archimandrita tesselata Gromphadorhina portentosa - I've seen them around before, and though "eh", but really dig them now. Aeluropoda insignis - the antennae on these guys are awesome! Nauphoeta cinerea -because why not? Panchlora nivea Eublaberus sp. “Ivory” Eublaberus posticus I've read up on all of them and don't foresee any issues with their care. I have kept mantids for a while now too, so I have some experience with more difficult inverts (breeding D. lobata for example). I'm just looking for stories, general info, anything really. I have so many now, but there are so many more species I'm interested in. Also, anyone have a good source for enclosures for the climbing species? I've read about tubs with a barrier, but some of the species I have seem to be able to climb over barriers fairly easily. That wouldn't be a problem for me, but I'm sure my roommates don't want to see the occasional roach in their space. Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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