Tleilaxu Posted June 15, 2017 Share Posted June 15, 2017 During my short few weeks here I've noticed something peculiar. I've never once seen a Periplaneta australasiae adult, only nymphs, and my most productive spots to catch said nymphs are by palm trees, so this has me wondering, are the adults more arboreal than the nymphs are? (Obviously they don't mind terrestrial setups.) Or are the adults more seasonal than American roaches? Or am I reading to much into it? #PeriplanetaForHisserDude 1 Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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