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The female Simandoa conserfariam gave birth!


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Finally gave birth! About (or more) 20 nymphs. Another female also had mating, now we are waiting for her to give birth :)

Everyone is not visible in the photo, since they are smartly hiding:

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That's great! More people need to keep these, especially considering that they are extinct in the wild.

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One of the Simandoa conserfariam females brought another (already the second in the group) brood. It is difficult to count the number of individuals, but in any case there are at least twenty cubs. The nymphs of the first brood grow together, however, I want to note that they do not grow as fast as most other species. In the group, judging by the enlarged abdomens, there are still pregnant females.

Separately, I would like to note that cockroaches of this species are very demanding on the presence of animal protein: they fiercely eat the corpses of their old fellow tribesmen and literally tear them apart, trying to take a piece from a neighbor.

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