- Feb 9, 2017
Is B. Lateralis a good feeder if I have just started the hobby? I just got a new B. albo
Red Runners are not glass climbers they can infest if you live in a hot/humid areaB. lateralis can climb glass, and they can infest your house. So, for those reasons, I say no.
Really? I tried breeding them, and they could easily climb the same tub that I keep my dubias in. I found that out the hard wayRed Runners are not glass climbers they can infest if you live in a hot/humid area
List of NON climbing roaches
smooth surfaces= no climbing some tubs mostly clear/translucent are smooth enough to keep them down. If the tub is rough enough inside from use or new they can get a grip.Really? I tried breeding them, and they could easily climb the same tub that I keep my dubias in. I found that out the hard way
Huh, interesting. The tubs I was using must have been too smooth for a dubia but just rough enough for the lats.
Are you a virtual 'Strillone', by chance? I mean, like those young guys that back then sold to Gentlemans the newspaper on the streets in that lovely era of "hat & pipe", uhm? :-sI love using Dubia Roaches! I get mine from https://www.dubiaroachwarehouse.com/ They are healthy, cheap, and only $7 shipping anywhere in the US. You can order bulk for pretty cheap from them too. They live way longer than crickets and no smell. They are my favorite feeder to use! My dubia's hide in the enclosure and when they try and sneak out they get picked off pretty quickly. I can put about 30 in there before I leave on vacation and its like a constant feeder while I'm gone. You cant go wrong with Dubia Roaches.
I was going to suggest that it could be somebody who was impatient with the reply button until I looked at the screenshot you provided. You are right, a terrible way to market. A single post MIGHT have induced me to check out the link, but not in light of what you showed us.