Diablo Posted April 16, 2021 Share Posted April 16, 2021 So I stumbled upon basically a starter colony of sand roaches in my backyard (central/closer to Southern Arizona) this is my second time finding the nymphs and first time I've found adults, originally I had found some and had no idea what I was looking at and was worried some of my own got out so I culled them. Found out later it was a naturally occurring species. Now, it appears I have many on the property being in farmland and all, only kept one group that I found to raise and study. My current issue; however, im finding nothing in the way of caring for them. Does anyone here have any experience with the species? I've set a bin to be exactly the same environment as I found them, soft look sand and a single egg flat laid down for them to crowd under as I found them under sheet wood, in a shaded area with the exact soft sand I found them in but aside from that I'm walkin blind here. Also I'm fairly certain I'm correct on them being a sand/desert roach- but again very little information aside from freakin orkin sooo.... Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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