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Therea regularis, Orange Spotted Roach


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Hello Everybody, seems I forgot to write about these...

I finally got hold of a small batch of nymphs of Therea regularis, 16 of them! And it seems I was lucky enough to get one molting into an adult female during transportation.

Hope you are as delighted as I am by their looks

Photo of Adult female and Nymph

Adult Female GIF

Their development will be halted for the next few months, as the temperatures have dropped recently.

But I will keep you posted on any developments!

Cheers!

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Very nice species, I've bred them before, they seem to be less prolific than normal domino or question mark roaches for whatever reason. Hope yours do well for you! 

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Therea are very interesting cockroaches, however, like all Corydiinae. T. bernhardti, T. olegranjeani live with me and relatively recently, I acquired T. regularis. So far, these are ten teenage nymphs. A very beautiful view, of course, but I like T. olegranjeani the most of them :)

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My Question Marks are not adults yet so I can't say yet... but between Domino and Orange Spot, mainly because of their size, i am loving the T.regularis 🥰 more

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Orange Spotted Roach, Therea regularis adult Male has arrived! 🥳

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Very anticipated and happened before I ever imagined!

I finally have an adult male and female ready to breed ! 😍

Wish me luck guys!

They are the cutest thing ever! So small, just adorable roaches 🪳🥰

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8 hours ago, Martin said:

Orange Spotted Roach, Therea regularis adult Male has arrived! 🥳

Photos

Very anticipated and happened before I ever imagined!

I finally have an adult male and female ready to breed ! 😍

Wish me luck guys!

They are the cutest thing ever! So small, just adorable roaches 🪳🥰

Congrats, best of luck with breeding them! :)

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