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Discovered a culprit!!


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I've always wondered why my new bach of B.lateralis and B.dubias aren't multiply. Apparently they do but i have a culprit that keeps eating the nymphs and juvies.. a house gecko... -____-

Thankfully i caught that gecko and is now happily being digested inside one of my lizard-eating snake's tummy lol

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Those darn house geckos! Pretty easy to get fat off of roach nymphs when they're nicely contained to pick off at the gecko's leisure.

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How fat was that gecko?

I've had a similar problem with finding Black Widows in my feeder colonies. I wish they were geckos instead.

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