Hisserdude Posted August 18, 2021 Share Posted August 18, 2021 I am SO psyched to be working with these adorable little roaches from Florida, Plectoptera poeyi! They are thought to be beetle mimics, and certainly look the part with their rotund shape and straight outer wing seams. This species is very very uncommonly sighted, and even less commonly cultured, apparently they are of a similar difficulty level to Chorisoneura texensis, but more moisture loving. They are very small as well, around 8 mms or so just eyeballing it, haven't actually measured them yet. Fingers crossed they do well for me, I received one male and two females, and one of the females is already producing an ooth! Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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