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I've lusted over this species for several years, it's so cool that you have some! They are a gorgeous little roach, good luck with them.

All the the best from Bill. :D

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I've lusted over this species for several years, it's so cool that you have some! They are a gorgeous little roach, good luck with them.

All the the best from Bill. :D

Thanks, I've been wanting some for a while as well, so happy I got some! :) Hopefully one day these will find their way to the European hobby!

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Kind of like if you took a female pennsylvanica or divisa and turned the colors and patterns up

Yeah, they do resemble P.divisa, but way more pretty! :)

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  • 3 months later...

Got some offspring from these guys a while ago, just got around to taking pictures of them now, along with a couple pictures of an adult male.

Male:

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Nymphs

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8 minutes ago, All About Insects said:

Very nice! I'm definitely hoping to acquire these along with P.caudelli and maybe P.lata one day. :) 

Yeah, they are a really pretty species of Parcoblatta, you should definitely get some! :) Yeah, I'd like some P.caudelli too one day.

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