All About Arthropods Posted October 1, 2021 Share Posted October 1, 2021 Hello everyone! 🙂 Over the years, I've struggled with containing climbing roaches. It seems like every barrier is climbable by some species or has longevity issues. The larger "airtight" containers like Sterilite Gasket Boxes, etc. basically always have some sort of gap around the rim that, as small as it may be, young nymphs can escape from. Not to mentioned that they are pricey compared to their non "airtight" counterparts and are offered in limited sizes. So my question is - have any of you experimented with wrapping things around the tops of your containers to contain your climbing roaches? It seems like the perfect way to make any container escape-proof, but I have never heard of anything being used that was impervious to the possible gnawing of little roach jaws. If you have any other effective containment methods, I'd be open to hearing about them as well! Thanks for any input. 😄 Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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