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Hisserdude
Hisserdude
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Age : 19
Location : Idaho, USA
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PostHisserdude on 12/4/2016, 10:43 pm

Here is a photo thread for my roach collection! Smile

Blaberus atropos "Florida":
Hisserdude's Roaches B.atropos%25233

Hisserdude's Roaches B.atropos%25232

Hisserdude's Roaches B.atropos%25234

Hisserdude's Roaches B.atropos%25235

Hisserdude's Roaches B.atropos%25237
These guys have rather varied pronotum markings.

Byrsotria sp. "Cuba":

Female
Hisserdude's Roaches B.cuba%25233

Hisserdude's Roaches B.cuba%25238

Male
Hisserdude's Roaches B.cuba%25234

Hisserdude's Roaches B.cuba%25236

Chorisoneura texensis:
Hisserdude's Roaches C.texensis%25237

Hisserdude's Roaches C.texensis%25238

Ergaula capucina:

Female
Hisserdude's Roaches E.cap%25236

Hisserdude's Roaches E.cap%25239

Male:
Hisserdude's Roaches E.cap%252312

Hemiblabera tenebricosa:

Female
Hisserdude's Roaches H.tene%252311

Hisserdude's Roaches H.tene%252313

Male
Hisserdude's Roaches H.tene%252314

Hisserdude's Roaches H.tene%252315

Parcoblatta americana "Table-top Mountain":

Female
Hisserdude's Roaches Parcoblatta%252323

Hisserdude's Roaches Parcoblatta%252324

Male:
Hisserdude's Roaches Parcoblatta%252320

Hisserdude's Roaches Parcoblatta%252322

Hisserdude's Roaches Parcoblatta%2316

Parcoblatta bolliana:

Nymph
Hisserdude's Roaches P.bolliana%25233

Hisserdude's Roaches P.bolliana%25234

Female
Hisserdude's Roaches P.bolliana%25236

Hisserdude's Roaches P.bolliana%25237

Parcoblatta divisa:

Female:
Hisserdude's Roaches P.divisa%25239

Hisserdude's Roaches P.divisa%252310
Hisserdude
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PostHisserdude on 12/4/2016, 10:46 pm

Parcoblatta uhleriana:

Nymph
Hisserdude's Roaches P.ulher%25236

Hisserdude's Roaches P.ulher%25237

Hisserdude's Roaches P.ulher%25238

Polyphaga aegyptiaca:

Female with ootheca
Hisserdude's Roaches Egyptsand%252321

Hisserdude's Roaches Egyptsand%252322

Male with an abnormality on his wing
Hisserdude's Roaches Egyptsand%252312

Hisserdude's Roaches Egyptsand%252313

Pseudomops septentrionalis:
Hisserdude's Roaches P.septentrionalis%25236

Hisserdude's Roaches P.septentrionalis%25237

Therea olegrandjeani:

Male:
Hisserdude's Roaches Thereaole%25239

Hisserdude's Roaches Thereaole%252310

Female
Hisserdude's Roaches Thereaole%252311

Hisserdude's Roaches Thereaole%25238

Parcoblatta americana:
Female
Hisserdude's Roaches P.americana%25231

Hisserdude's Roaches P.americana%25232

Parcoblatta bolliana:
Male
Hisserdude's Roaches P.bolliana%25231

Hisserdude's Roaches P.bolliana%25232

Parcoblatta uhleriana:
Female
Hisserdude's Roaches P.uhler%25232

Hisserdude's Roaches P.uhler%25233

Hisserdude's Roaches P.uhler%25234

Male
Hisserdude's Roaches P.uhler%25235

Hisserdude's Roaches P.uhler%25236

Parcoblatta virginica:
Male
Hisserdude's Roaches P.viginica%25231

Hisserdude's Roaches P.virginica%25232

Parcoblatta sp. "Undescribed":
Male
Hisserdude's Roaches P.unknown%25231

Hisserdude's Roaches P.unknown%25232

Hisserdude's Roaches P.unknown%25233

Arenivaga tonkawa:
Female nymph
Hisserdude's Roaches A.tonk%25231

Hisserdude's Roaches A.tonk%25233

Subadult male:
Hisserdude's Roaches A.tonk%25234

Hisserdude's Roaches A.tonk%25235

Blaberus sp. "Venezuela":
Nymph
Hisserdude's Roaches B.ven%25231

Hisserdude's Roaches B.ven%25232

Corydidarum pygmaea:
Nymph
Hisserdude's Roaches C.pyg%25231

Hisserdude's Roaches C.pyg%25232

Hisserdude's Roaches C.pyg%25233

Hisserdude's Roaches C.pyg%25234
Hisserdude
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PostHisserdude on 12/4/2016, 10:49 pm

Blaberus sp. "Hybrid":
Hisserdude's Roaches Blaberushybrid%25231

Hisserdude's Roaches Blaberushybrid%25233

Hisserdude's Roaches Blaberushybrid%25234

African bullet roach:
Adult female
Hisserdude's Roaches African%25232

Hisserdude's Roaches African%25233

Hisserdude's Roaches African%25234

Arenivaga genitalis:
Nymph
Hisserdude's Roaches A.geni%25232

Hisserdude's Roaches A.geni%25233

Cariblatta lutea:
Nymph
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Adult male
Hisserdude's Roaches S75EJ6GZ0BOUZWV-vpa20xqMCRtFKF3QjPDAHjxt2Nd5x4n53kmvnZrnP54zIg0EWoLryTKAriQGBqCBJmYSKnOLSKSjo-mSz-xiDrNEjE7dKJ2gXayCsbBurageBb-73cKkqJF6u569z8Z0Es2Hs1igQdalF430cI-Lc4UFgpmIk8f4aUp6yUfthFxlM32KoQl8Ialxlvr5hkUtyvM8N9fZore4tIW1jmA7DI5318Lk8tnHA_texm2l76WqgqGN6pudV0F9-xtnbs1_77KSj9osyKESP9RgL56Hm9EJEdIh_X7F8eRdyOL-GwmANbbWEZ-GFHbb0E8ZytjkQYcl8UJWMgHDpLHTk4yJrI3eu1N0XOo3ZujjidbCalXH-cGHO4hIYN-S0yxFWM9uhIgUp_1M5hQRdwckMBPD0-nSg0l0XggOQBnoyyd1_eYu5YSdNIzJMukgERJSdiKdN-agu2pu-XFjdSSpgjMDwJVyw5v8nLwphPOhl_d4EIhRrkZFs1GrRTmVQ9wysH8FDpJDXoTKuEBGxWgV9bGMMLkr3KrV0YcfzVD2rBDwM0ROgQ_tFQ3QUFvXCk28nhbnI8F4UYVHDC5lyHs=w800-h431-no

Parcoblatta bolliana:
Subadult male
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Hisserdude's Roaches DCEuU6YASEgOxgN8u8ioPihfnptUa8f8w_Q7Xsz9t9fOo-uRjbwd2g7LxdoNdiOYLpsshLUC9LmsL6NRkYX3CBkbn6UmAbv_pS6Dy6vCA-ZEj5moReBTJtmHgRGq2qeyeBYkDDbaI_MlkTurih85MlrtvLOmUEwF6fzTZprnzh3CjDv1kpl1vwmOXnDFwnf6lYkjcLEZPmYjaLAAFg2S_0DqkjZAXNu1YRJSh4FjaqPYjJHDeNgaKboMF915tzx298eNKhRA4uCtu1UFfK8YCGxzic6shzT2_PLJB-vrvDKDgDk-m3-Cg4hl5cUsvz2QFJ-KMF27vdmC0l0gkV8vVuLLimKba1c-gsKElrQr7b-zmHNDQi2xImBucc2o5xwgqZUaGQRdIxlW0czIL5weRHeKuUqz3ozXxOZwWOtpyd9d68C5moWregraQKi_JWV1Anvn51oAHjg-7Bz-SB82mudcGZhG6Ldk8TrxUOmrYefPt_tVEQ_x5iJMMa5OTcXoXQaUGLblf6V6d_3wFl8ZMITBsvTjm_S51EWu6tkoHn8S-VTGJb7xwH31wJHnInUMkrTzzCZLH56glNmQ8bg4gVakSZ99_Uo=w621-h643-no

Female nymph
Hisserdude's Roaches EHv1JPosZ5W0XS0X5d37H2OsR7M7_9BPd7DYedeuQs3fUFuTEoqKbFDZCy0IQy03JZVveTc7s-Spl4DuTSIgznchXydWawMCErB0hzKRNP1b2TXU_CalHkq2EezYbl1MUzNtCxQgxxJIfTPv_39wXQzWfe4b1x6L0JY7mBoel65rLrOicDZr5J5LzfAPRilz9H3t04j6gdRNIVVJkGFYsTPgjzBlCBPr3zE15aY2otkkBMjnALmV8xK1c9Rcb-VjMLw3lYMq5toR3eQHiMBbGjMLcEIK0BhM-ltCpQtgnx8ooY037od_QjLV5TxzaYKHaur4RvkZ1xP4FTMJy9kXHfdvqAOPxbq4Cu_SfkBItwixK6yDq0sYB_BverqXkoEJTAqhF7KFTMcuI6Jhl5PXpen8iQcehExUf80UO8X2XKMVKnYpjrSsdwzJr3IaIsbyhxo-N5YCNvAmOuWBWoo34E3XUP1TJvdaG46_7HrmwSebpDDI2AzN0epYMFS6MAKa3r5RahzkkZvsW76irgcz8klXjCNQOW6uB4XXhddZRERxpVk8suV3yXrFjK8Qa1l4v6gW8NuLmSPJQV_WEs8tSUdH1LxiO_o=w464-h643-no

Hisserdude's Roaches UScaAOqpqorAi4dltXzShUBsdiDsPAvA0RTNrHH2L_tmmy8S9oHOsbbEERxwiJfuarMURlxtw_ZLCkL0A3RHCNOdig3nbhN-sKNsMkISJS967iaa2nxbhPHswooj7VhR-E9JH0xWfzJz95FuflIp74AKvhbMrg9YcEe573Fy5hy6cj0C-0kGUVvzY2VNQAx-Cqh-7SImoVMQKowGMhJT62M4V_tgkfbPqGYmuf-zDthSUOlfzS7tvaSbPcvcsgVw_U4YeNnJGpydrWMdWcrE0d7tGiYy8xsG0G6eMdniE_MxRFNqU70yz8zJB68dZhR4zYj91l6BrNq5nrx6XZUn5K-drPv4-I7oNKS2EBHh4u1k_-8HfeE7TyWU6At6ynUwYGu-6r_RLgyEhSIVcnz2GVd-_Wqwsrx3JDsk8pv05F474hpNUDcOqmcwtJIpsAVSMZu5FLFXhyI-23hqZvykGO4ZbF9h7irwlwN_piX-7ZzJlOjkehiY13nt6hTyTRpWs8gM-6lokC7EzG1ngH14TtxgGiNyep7xxHG9rRMOkOrGC_1xuoqdAqdN5c16i7kCWy-TdvzPxEd5wB96PIT0hcwC2ULxMjg=w695-h643-no

Hisserdude's Roaches KlpyBAcq9V8jXjh-uK_40ZI9dOTAE8AkVY8fyYuDyXFKlfIKpiXOg37yKZKJAszOg8iN5uXouyZKtLNzW7xCgoHE-_FT2qKMrQ0diqxbfxbCgkyQjMFd4ug1Cipi1cPgWEcnsAsAoLWXH3Ae_e-UDre96TnuS73iztmB80pC0XadlZLmtRZ6EidG97dsd-fHJxgrWXUPhvEXRP1wpsK8UcSq-ZuokTICYBuyCBircQui-ueR4iTaXSv-TNyr2bYL3l8l2-gG_lJHUDHzmpB_Ds_a3Rkiy7-xdKzJ-OpXqqYl78IX-ZX8RGSdpWJNOk_R3v4PdVPdZhQGDutGh-Q9n4qLS1vFFixGeph86RXF61esXWeaXoq_-eCvw_Nm1noUfKKD8EmADVbWNCAZw38J5VpL54YRGgW4iRXvWkiOdAmgc5aw-pT804lYdVmwCvLZhpHE4hJsKdh3bhdr2ChEsrLdx89rdygJaeGh1tsnIEX5L5aIpWJ2JiP1KEOzNHxNpnomh-dFuhd5JSoQdP-W-qH8uf-a8cvyz80Z23WYB_L_xkrnKkU24eRpQYe5-1YeAwKCMa4Oxo1F4c2YSH40UaZtfFFRqRI=w555-h643-no

Parcoblatta zebra:
Subadult male
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Adult female
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Pycnoscelus sp. "Thailand":
Nymph
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Adult
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Gyna lurida "Normal":
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Dorylaea orini:
Nymph
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Paranauphoeta discoidalis:
Adult female
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The happy couple, (Male on the right)
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Corydidarum pygmaea:
Adult male
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Female nymph
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Pseudomops septentrionalis:
Adult female
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Adult male
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African bullet roach:
Adult male
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Therea petiveriana:
Adult female
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PostHisserdude on 12/4/2016, 10:58 pm

Panchlora sp. "White":
Males
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Female:
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Pseudomops septentrionalis:
Male
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Female carrying ootheca
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Byrsotria fumigata:
Male
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Gromphadorhina sp. "Hybrid":
Male
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Corydidarum pymaea:
Adult female
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Dorylaea orini:
Female
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Gyna lurida:
Female (Nice white coloration on this one)
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Pycnoscelus sp. "Thailand":
Female
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PostHisserdude on 12/4/2016, 11:02 pm

Arenivaga bolliana:
Female
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Subadult male
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Parcoblatta fulvescens:
Female
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Hisserdude's Roaches P.fulv%25233

Latiblattella rehni:
Small nymph
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Cariblatta minima:
Female
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Corydidarum pygmaea:
Adult pair
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Paranauphoeta discoidalis:
Hatchling
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Hisserdude's Roaches P.discoid%25234

Blaberus sp. "Venezuela":
Male
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Hemiblabera tenebricosa:
Mating pair (Male on right)
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Balta notulata:
Tiny nymph (My camera has a really hard time photographing tiny inverts, so forgive me for the low quality pics)
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PostT.C. on 12/5/2016, 9:00 am

Wow, that an amazingly huge collection. Took me about ten minutes just to get through them all. I have never seen the white colored species. Super cool.
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PostHisserdude on 12/6/2016, 12:47 am

@T.C. wrote:Wow, that an amazingly huge collection. Took me about ten minutes just to get through them all. I have never seen the white colored species. Super cool.

Yeah, and this is a small collection compared to some keepers out there, the owner of Roachcrossing.com, Kyle Kandilian, has well over 100 species of cockroach in his collection!

Thanks, the Panchlora sp. "White" are actually a very new addition to the hobby, I'm one of the few US hobbyists keeping them. Very Happy
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PostT.C. on 12/6/2016, 6:17 pm

Awesome, does the owner of the roachcrossing.com still have the Panchlora sp.for sale or in stock? How much if so?
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PostHisserdude on 12/7/2016, 3:46 pm

Oh I don't think Roachcrossing has the white Panchlora last time I checked, I actually got these off a guy in Canada, Gil Wizen, who was until recently the sole keeper of this species, and he won't be shipping anything this time of year cause of the weather.
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PostT.C. on 12/7/2016, 4:06 pm

Ok, thank you. Obviously I couldn't get any until spring, living in Wisconsin in all. Very Happy
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PostHisserdude on 12/7/2016, 4:27 pm

@T.C. wrote:Ok, thank you. Obviously I couldn't get any until spring, living in Wisconsin in all. Very Happy

No problem! Smile Well if you have people ship your bugs with heat packs then the cold is irrelevant, if they get there on time that is...
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Postnatureguy on 12/11/2016, 2:50 pm

That is a huge collection! Just how much time do you spend ia a day caring for them? lol
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PostHisserdude on 12/11/2016, 7:07 pm

@natureguy wrote:That is a huge collection! Just how much time do you spend ia a day caring for them? lol

Yep, it sure is! Very Happy I actually only have to do maintenance once every two days, and it only takes about an hour and a half to replace all their food and spray their enclosures. Smile Overall they are very low maintenance pets.
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PostHisserdude on 1/2/2017, 5:22 pm

Therea olegrandjeani:
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Therea petiveriana:
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Chorisoneura texensis:
Male
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Female
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Parcoblatta fulvescens:
Male
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Nymphs
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Parcoblatta zebra:
Male
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Nymphs
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Arenivaga bolliana:
Male
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PostT.C. on 1/2/2017, 6:07 pm

I think the nymph's picture is really cool. I am actually surprised at how close earwigs and cockroaches behavior is. Do the parents look out after the nymphs at all, or they on there own?
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PostHisserdude on 1/3/2017, 2:46 pm

@T.C. wrote:I think the nymph's picture is really cool. I am actually surprised at how close earwigs and cockroaches behavior is. Do the parents look out after the nymphs at all, or they on there own?

Thanks! Smile It depends on the species, most roaches just let their babies wander away and show no maternal care, some are very good parents however.

Take Corydidarum pygmaea, (a species I'm currently rearing that highly resembles a pillbug), the babies stick very close to their mother for the first couple molts, and they drink a liquid that the mother produces from glands in her leg joints. A closely related genus, Perisphaerus, is also known for feeding their young nutritious liquids from their joints, and will actually curl into a ball around their babies to protect them!

Cryptocercus roaches are well known for living in small colonies in rotting logs, and take good care of their oothecae, cleaning them from time to time, and the nymphs stay with their parents through adulthood and eat their frass to obtain special microorganisms that help them digest rotten wood. Smile
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Postmothman27 on 1/3/2017, 7:54 pm

Amazing collection! My favorites are the Therea(s). i don't know much about roaches but I collected one in FL this summer and don't know what type it is. I will try to post a pic later.

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PostHisserdude on 1/3/2017, 8:27 pm

@mothman27 wrote:Amazing collection! My favorites are the Therea(s). i don't know much about roaches but I collected one in FL this summer and don't know what type it is. I will try to post a pic later.

Thanks! Smile Yeah, Therea are among the more popular species of roach in the hobby, due to their attractive colors and beetle-like shape.

Cool, I'd be happy to try and identify it for you if you can get a good picture. Very Happy
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PostHisserdude on 1/24/2017, 7:40 pm

Latiblattella rheni:
Adult male

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Hisserdude's Roaches L.rehni%25233

Polyphaga saussurei:
Adult female

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Polyphaga aegyptiaca:
Adult female

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Adult male

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Panchlora sp. "White":
Newborn nymphs

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Balta notulata:
Nymphs

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Adults

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Corydidarum pygmaea:
Adult females

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Blaberus sp. "Venezuela":
Adult female

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Hisserdude's Roaches B.Venezuela%25233

Paranauphoeta discoidalis:
Adult female and nymphs

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PostInsect Rod on 1/24/2017, 9:48 pm

I agree, a very nice collection. Also took me a while to look at all of them. I have never collected any roaches but the families goes back millions of years, it would be nice to have a fossil rock cast of one of those. Looks like several would be a good candidate. I have observed a few roach species in ancient fossil amber resin; and they were preserved forever.
Take a look at insect in amber, just google it.
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PostT.C. on 1/24/2017, 9:49 pm

I really like that Balta notulata species. How big does that species get?
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PostInsect Rod on 1/24/2017, 10:16 pm

Panchlora is really unique to me, nice photo work you did.
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PostLoops117 on 1/25/2017, 7:48 am

Nice thread, and those are so great looking roaches. I myself am wanting to build up my roach collection this spring and summer once my new bug/hobby room is built.

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PostInsect Rod on 1/25/2017, 11:23 am

I guess I would consider hisserdude to be the roach expert if I have a question about roaches. I read one time that you could cut off a roaches head and he/she could live for several days or week without a head. Not sure how true that is.
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PostLoops117 on 1/25/2017, 11:40 am

@Insect Rod wrote:I guess I would consider hisserdude to be the roach expert if I have a question about roaches. I read one time that you could cut off a roaches head and he/she could live for several days or week without a head. Not sure how true that is.
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Im not sure how true that technically is. I once tried to kill a roach for my ants by crushing it's head. After it's head was crushed, it used its legs to pull it's own head off, then pull a bunch of it's own guts out with it. Was a very gruesome sight, and had to completely smash the roach cuz i felt bad. It looked like he was trying to get whatever it was on his head, off...which was nothing.
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