Lubber Grasshoppers

beetleman

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they are very easy to keep,ive kept them before they will eat alot of romain lettuce like there is no tommorrow,as for breeding a goodsized enclosure/lots of sturdy foliage/deep substrate(moist)for the females to lay the eggs.hope this helps alittle.
 

lucanidae

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Put a kitty litter tray of deep semi-moist potting soil sand mix in the cage with males and females. Give them a heat light for a least 10 hours a day and feed a good variety of plant material. Egg masses look like dirty balls of chewing gum when you dig them up and hatch in 3-4 months.
 
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