Tenevanica Posted July 13, 2016 Share Posted July 13, 2016 Heating has always been an issue for me, and I want to find a way to maximize the breeding capacity of my rearing room. So, I'm looking to acquire a list of species that have been confirmed to breed at normal room temperature. (low 60s to high 70s Fahrenheit) Notice I said I wanted confirmed cases; that is cases that you personally can confirm. Looking at the species stats on roachcrossing does not count as a confirmed case! (Though, if Kyle wants to hop on over here and add his, that's fine.) For me the only species that I can confirm breeding at room temperature is Nauphoeta cinerea. However, Periplaneta australasiae may have breed for me, but I'm still not sure. Thanks for any contributions! Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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