vfox Posted January 16, 2018 Share Posted January 16, 2018 I work at a small pet store on the weekends and someone mentioned they found a "big roach" on a glue board in the back fish room. I went to check it out and found an adult male Periplaneta americana stuck lightly to the glue. I removed him and an adult female from another, both suffering leg loss from being removed but not worse for it. The nymphs were found under buckets and other things. A total of 4 adults 2.2 and at least 5 nymphs. I'll be going into the back room periodically to collect more and to help remove them from the store as the pest control company is not allowed to use pesticides inside. These are also my first wild caught, non-pesticide ridden Americans. But they will be kept separate from my existing colony for 2 weeks before being introduced into them. (just in case) 2 Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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