Entomology_and_herpetology Posted September 6, 2019 Share Posted September 6, 2019 A friend of mine has been battling grain mites in his G centurio colony and today he messaged me seeing if I wanted to give it a shot since I'm a little more experienced with blattodea than he is. So the question is, what can I do to eradicate these mites? I don't have a whole lot of experience with mites so I came here for help. Also have a couple of questions. I understand the adults can climb smooth surfaces, would a petroleum jelly barrier prevent this? I know it works for my hissers and German roaches but I've heard some species can climb over it. Are they easy to breed? I've done a little digging around and it sounds like a typical roach setup would work and that they seem to like it on the dryer side. How about ventilation? Do they need high or low ventilation? Do they have any specific eating habits or is a typical roach diet fine? Any advice is appreciated. Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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