hundefrau Posted August 10, 2017 Share Posted August 10, 2017 Good day One of my nymph of A. tesselata just molted into adulthood. The thing is, I thought all my almost-adult nymphs were female, but the shed skin heavily implies it was actually a male that molted. I had to separate my other two males recently... so my question is: Would an all-male colony be peaceful? And are they only aggressive if females are part of a colony? It'd be great if that was possible, as I am running out of boxes to keep them all in separately. There'd be only two males in said colony for now Thanks for your help Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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