Martin Posted November 23, 2020 Share Posted November 23, 2020 This weekend I received 10 small nymphs of Periplaneta japonica. This is my first Periplaneta species. I was always very fearful of jumping into Periplaneta because of their looks, speed, climbing abilities, etc... but after receiving these beauties, I think I was mistaken. Images They are super chilled nymphs... they are not bolty at all. I managed to have one nymph staying put on the same place, while i took photos for at least 10 minutes. One thing that I didn't expect was that these nymphs are poor climbers 🤔 ... it was awkward Lets hope they remain like this while growing up. It is a small colony, and I am already considering to buy another 20... I like my starter colonies to be 30 individuals at least. What are your experiences with Periplaneta species? Any tips/suggestions/comments? I will keep you updated on their progress! Thank you, Cheers! Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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