Advertisement Hi! Recently I've been getting into rearing/breeding roaches, especially the CT native species (Parcoblatta and a small unidentified and possibly arboreal species), larger display species (Gromphadorhina), and the large feeders (Blaptica dubia). Recently, I've kind of wanted to buy a few nymphs or a colony of a new species to rear. Here are my personal favorite options: Simandoa Cave Roaches (the colors are gorgeous, plus keeping an extinct-in-the-wild species would be interesting) Green Banana Roaches (I love the coloration, plus their hardiness is appealing) Gyna sp. (one of my local reptile stores has a small breeding colony for sale, I think that its the Chrome Roach. The coloration is awesome and the small size makes them look even more adorable) Cryptocercus sp. (I'm pretty good at rearing termites, so I thought that I might give a shot at rearing a colony of these guys. I probably would have to field-collect these, since there aren't many suppliers) Any other species (I don't know many roach species, so I'm sure that there are some awesome ones out there that I don't know about) Thanks!