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P. vanwaerebecki "giant", A. insignis, G. portentosa, G. oblongata, G. grandidieri "Black" , E. javanica


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1. P. vanwaerebecki "big" should say "big" up in the title as well. apologies.

Adult pair:

https://www.dropbox....ified.jpeg?dl=0

Nymphs:

https://www.dropbox....ied-1.jpeg?dl=0

https://www.dropbox....ied-2.jpeg?dl=0

2. A. insignis

https://www.dropbox....ied-3.jpeg?dl=0

3. G. portentosa (pair)

https://www.dropbox....ied-4.jpeg?dl=0

4. G. oblongata

https://www.dropbox....ied-5.jpeg?dl=0

5. G. Grandidieri "Black"

https://www.dropbox....ied-6.jpeg?dl=0

6. E. javanica

https://www.dropbox....ied-7.jpeg?dl=0

Gotta love the crooked fingers of a high school wrestler lol.

All species are kept in the same conditions and separately. A. insignis has definitely grown on me with the reddish coloration. This coloration mainly appears on the skirts of the roach while it is young giving it an isopod like coloration. After the roach molts, the red becomes more and more distributed until a uniform reddish coloration appears.

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