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They never ate them even after a week.
Interesting....I've never tried feeding them scorpions, but mine always get scared if I try feeding roaches that are more than half their size.
Female Mallodon dasystomus
While I can't provide info on the formal two (though I've tried with Lethocerus and failed miserably as my female ate my male), I can answer your...
They mostly go for rotting wood but seem to enjoy dead leaves and romaine lettuce
Some pics of babies
In case of penneri and orini, they start out skinny. I've collected several juveniles last year that are skinny like N. americanus. One of them...
That's some progress! Sounds like they are doing well for you :)
Octoglena in my area seem to stay small. Biggest I found were only 0.3" in length
Fingers crossed that your Petaserpes breed for you! I've pretty much given up on keeping Octoglena.
Couple of them died after about 3 months in...
I tried keeping them and they died within month. They nibbled on decomposed leaves of Smilex sp. and some rotting wood I provided, but I guess...
I will just leave this here....
I'm open to trades ;)
i've never kept these before, but wish I can acquire them someday!
No. Mombos are now believed to be P. rhadamanthus
Thanks :) They look better in real life!
Thanks :) They sure look great!
I haven't tried keeping them communal. Would hate to risk losing them...
I'd love to see pics of these cockroaches you've found. While B. lateralis has been documented in a small area in GA I doubt they've successfully...
Ya, from what I heard UK native reduviid diversity is really low :(
Thanks :) They can be found in a driver distance from where you are staying at by the way ;)
Yep. We have some neat natives that are about as stunning as Platymeris IMO :)
They are probably the smallest of all the US natives. Adult P. marginemaculatus get to about 1.5 x bigger than these guys.
I'd love it if these...