Krissim Klaw Posted August 4, 2015 Share Posted August 4, 2015 A while back I got some Panchlora nivea in hopes I could get a colony going both to enjoy as pets and act as feeders for my pet mantises. To say it was a success is an understatement. My colony is way overproducing for my needs. I've tried to keep up with culling the numbers occasionally, but these little guys reproduce like roaches. Everytime I peak in the tank I see adults doing the dirty tango and the ladies are constantly pooping out more mouths to feed. The substrate has become a withering mass of roaches. It's the stuff of nightmares, well at least for someone with Katsaridaphobia. Although the adults are topside enough I can gather some for removal, the nymphs don't tend to leave the substrate so I'm not sure how best to remove some of the excess. Any tips for removing excess nymphs from semi moist coco fiber? Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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