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Cricket egg laying (the part we usually dont see)

Discussion in 'Insects, Other Invertebrates & Arthropods' started by doom, Nov 24, 2013.

  1. doom

    doom Arachnoknight

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    Hi,

    this is the part we usually dont see, because its all hapening in the peat. Enjoy!


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  2. herpguy

    herpguy Arachnoknight

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    As much as I hate crickets, this is amazing! How did you do it?
     
  3. doom

    doom Arachnoknight

    I used this method as seen in the picture. I filled the small box with the peat and lean it on the side of cricket glass enclosure. Thats it.


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  4. korg

    korg Arachnobaron

    Very interesting, thanks for posting this... makes me hungry for white rice.
     
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  5. doom

    doom Arachnoknight

    Hi,

    one more for better understanding.



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  6. Smokehound714

    Smokehound714 Arachnoking

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    Gryllodes! Man these things annoy me to no end. The high-pitched chirps give me headaches..

    great feeders, though. My scorps love em.
     
  7. stewstew8282

    stewstew8282 Arachnoknight

    thanks for sharing, interesting pics! can't wait for the developing egg pics and on to pinheads!
     
  8. hibiscusmile

    hibiscusmile Arachnopeon

    Neato! thanks for showing that.