RomanBuck Posted June 27, 2015 Share Posted June 27, 2015 For the Gyna caffrorum, I have had adults for the same time length as another person but the other person has gotten loads of babies that are now L2-L3... I feed them about the same he does, but I kept mine outdoors where it is hot and humid. I have seen lots of breeding activity (ie: locking up, wing flapping, females going in for it) but I still have no babies. I brought them in tonight to see if that helps. For Blaberus species, I am mainly talking about giganteus, cf. peruvianus, discoidalis, fusca and craniifer. Same thing with them. All are fat and healthy and I have seen lots of breeding activity but no babies... And another species I am having troubles with for some reason is A. tesselata. Same deal with those. Each species has been with me and with adults since about April but I have different stocks mixed in. Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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