Leaproach- new species of roach found in cape town, africa. DREAM FEEDER?!

codykrr

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I am going to also post this here as it will most likely get more of a response.(also in the insect section)

What would yall think of these as feeders? I think it would be sweet. The movement of crickets, mixed with the easier care of roaches. These are small, but I am sure with some cross breeding we could get them bigger?

thought this was cool. Not sure how new it is, but I like a colony! Crickets with the benefit of roach feeders!!!! would love to know when the hobby could get these guys! Dream feeder.

http://news.discovery.com/animals/ju...#mkcpgn=fbdsc6
 

Reptiliatus

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I am going to also post this here as it will most likely get more of a response.(also in the insect section)

What would yall think of these as feeders? I think it would be sweet. The movement of crickets, mixed with the easier care of roaches. These are small, but I am sure with some cross breeding we could get them bigger?

thought this was cool. Not sure how new it is, but I like a colony! Crickets with the benefit of roach feeders!!!! would love to know when the hobby could get these guys! Dream feeder.

http://news.discovery.com/animals/ju...#mkcpgn=fbdsc6

Broken link?
 

thruthetrees

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Really cool article! I would like to have a few of these as well... Maybe an end to opossum roaches and hungry arboreals? Thank you for posting the link!!
 

codykrr

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sorry, I should have checked the link. Thanks jonny.

There small like I mentioned, but would be a great addition to a feeder collection. Wonder how hard they would be to breed. defiantly would be perfect for slings at around 1cm long.
 
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