Boomie Posted July 24, 2018 Share Posted July 24, 2018 We breed in a high volume environment with proper conditions and food. We are whole sale distributors of roaches. Over time we have started to notice more nymphs with a small blisters forming over their pronotums. It hasn't been a problem yet but we discovered one with a more intense case of blistering. Looking for a fix and or cause. First idea at the moment is to bring in new stock to freshen the gene pool. Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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