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Look like a kind of holly. I know you can make tea from young leaves and the leaves are supposed to be non-toxic for humans... but how that will work out for roaches? I have no idea. 
I wouldn't try it unless someone here has positive experience with these, or if you are willing to subject you roaches to an experiment. In the latter case, keep us updated. And I would put by bet on 'they will be fine'. 

 

 

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11 hours ago, stanislas said:

Look like a kind of holly. I know you can make tea from young leaves and the leaves are supposed to be non-toxic for humans... but how that will work out for roaches? I have no idea. 
I wouldn't try it unless someone here has positive experience with these, or if you are willing to subject you roaches to an experiment. In the latter case, keep us updated. And I would put by bet on 'they will be fine'. 

Maybe I can separate a colony of roaches and test on a small population first

 

 

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