Tenevanica Posted January 15, 2016 Share Posted January 15, 2016 I just received some new species from Cape Cod Roaches. The new species were, Gyna centurio, Hemiblabera tenebricosa, and Nauphoeta cinerea. I think they'll make wonderful additions to my collection. However, both the H. tenebricosa, and the G. centurio are incredibly small. They're about the size of fruit flies and I think they're newborn nymphs. I have the H. tenebricosa in a 6 quart container, and the G. centurio are in a 12 quart tall container. I'm worried that the containers are too big, and the nymphs too small, to make finding food easy for the roaches. Should I move them into a smaller enclosure until they get bigger? (I'll post pictures later, but I have classes I have to get to. You're opinions, experiences, and advice is welcome!) Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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