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Dubia colony - should adults be separated from nymphs ?


Michael Johnson
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I see no need for it...

I didn't really think so either, especially if you want the colony to sustain iteslf; the breeders need to be able to replace the losses until I'm basically up to my eyeballs in these guys.

Once I hit a point that there too many for one enclosure I can take a good amount out and then place them into another container and start a second small colony. Then feed off each one in an alternating fashion.

Plus what's going to happen when the adults have offspring? Am I going to be scooping out babes and placing them in the other setup constantly?

I guess I answered my own question but your thoughts area always appreciated..

Thanks

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