Betta132 Posted March 29, 2019 Share Posted March 29, 2019 I have A. vulgare in two separate roach enclosures. In my domino roach enclosure, the biggest I see are maybe 1cm long. This is about what I see in the wild populations around here in Texas, too. One that's 1cm long is pretty big compared to the rest. In my peppered roach pen, though, I've got a few that are hitting 2cm. I didn't even know until now that they GOT that big. My best guess is, it's down to moisture. I'm in Texas, and it's not terribly moist here. I'm keeping my domino roach enclosure relatively dry, too, with just some damp patches. My peppered roach enclosure, though, is moist everywhere. I only have the three samples, though. Anyone else have A. vulgare? If so, how damp do you keep them, and how big do your biggest ones get? Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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