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Female ghost

Here she is in all her glory. Ready to breed but no males as of yet:/

Female ghost
    • RoachCoach
      Put her on a natural backdrop. That deep brown against some bark/lichen... I also will be glued until we get some ootheca!
    • mantisfan101
      @RoachCoach perhaps, but I plan on trading/getting rid of her because she’s been pheromone calling for a while now and I really want her to have some babies and lay some fertile ooths b
    • MrGhostMantis
      Hey dude I can mate her and send her back. How long has she been L8?
    • mantisfan101
      About 3 weeks now, so she should be ready.
    • MrGhostMantis
      Still waiting on my male. I’m willing to breed her though.
    • mantisfan101
    • MrGhostMantis
      Yes. She has been in L8 for 4 weeks now. No ooths yet.
    • mantisfan101
      @MrGhostMantis I’d be willing to send her, have her mated, and sent back to me, or we could try and setup a trade in which you hold onto the female till she lays eggs and send me some ooths or nymphs.
    • MrGhostMantis
      I could do either. Let’s just wait on my male. Is there anything I could do to speed the molting process? I say doing the mating the female then sending the nymphs. Sending her while pregnant would stress her. Would I keep her after mating her or do you want her back?
    • mantisfan101
      @MrGhostMantis I’m fine with you holding onto her and sending me any l2-l3 nymphs. Also I agree, the stress would probably be a lot on her sending her back and forth. For the molting question all you can do is wait; ghosts can take some time to molt to adulthood. I’ll continue to fatten up my female and when your male matures and is about 2-3 weeks old, pm me.
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