MassExodus Posted March 14, 2016 Share Posted March 14, 2016 I have many small slings, some small scorps will be here Tuesday. I usually use dubia nymphs for feeding, but I've just ordered some Suriname roaches just for that purpose. My question is this, if these gals are parthenogenic, do I need to worry about escapees actually hiding and birthing babies in my t enclosures? I hear they reproduce quickly..im not worried about the minor task of clearing sling enclosures, but I hear these are very hungry, and will eat anything..are these a risk? I'd hate to find a molting, expensive sling being eaten.. Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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