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Salganea raggei


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Thanks to @Ty Randall for sending me a group of nymphs of this species! :D Looking forward to breeding them, I got to see Ty's culture last year before sending them off to him, so I do have pics of an adult and a large nymph to share as well taken from last year:

My new nymphs:

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Adult from 2020:

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Large nymph from 2020:

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6 hours ago, FlamingSwampert said:

Reminds me of Panesthia angustipennis, very cool!

Yeah, same subfamily (Panesthiinae). :)

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On 12/24/2021 at 4:13 PM, WarrenB said:

Nice! I swear I'm jealous that more roaches end up in your hands than I've ever heard of. 😄

Haha thanks! 😄

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All my nymphs are adults already! 😁 This genus is fast growing for Panesthiinae, and man is this species HUGE compared to the other Panesthiinae spp. I have.

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Adult Panesthia angustipennis cognata (Top), VS adult Salganea raggei (Bottom)

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