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Knowing the governmental mindset anything is possible.
"Worker caste only" does not appear on the list for that species as it does for termites so I suspect it is ok. However that still does not mean...
I don't see why they wouldn't.
Ahh man at least pick something which is native to the same area.
This is one of my favorite species, just get them set up correctly and they will do their thing when they are ready. It might not hurt to add a...
Yup, no question as to the Id.
I have had no trouble finding them under rocks and in rock crevices.
The generic answer is no due to the fact that a great many of the host are ground nesting solitary bees of unknown species and genus. Once in a...
Definitely NOT Chrysina, most likely a Cotalpa.
Very impressive bees, I am lucky enough to have seen a preserved specimen, Wow is all I can say.
Very glad you caught it.
I of course knew that it is USDA, that is what I get for being rushed when posting.
Neat spider, give it a couple of weeks and it will be on a european price list somewhere.
My big concern with CB is the hybrid issue. If I can be sure the critter is pure I am fine with it other wise WC for me.
Ahh good anther post for fish and wildlife to focus on.
I can guarantee you that it is in or soon will be in one or more European collection.
Although Justin's descriptions are a bit flowery, you can definitely trust his conclusions.
Moth cocoon of some sort.
For what it is worth "bug bombs" are virtually worthless for roaches. Most of the time the chemical does not penetrate far into any of the roaches...
Not even remotely legal.