Monday, October 25, 2021

Orin's Roaches Return!

2021 Roachcrossing Shipment Series Pt. 4/4
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Apparently I've been on a bit of a kick of reacquiring species that I used to keep before I left the hobby in 2018... Particularly the ones I liked the most but didn't get to spend a lot of time with. Dorylaea orini is such roach species that I'm happy to keep again, let's get to talking about them! 😁

I've got my dozen or so mixed nymphs in a 2 gallon container with high humidity and minimal ventilation, with bark and toilet paper rolls as hides. I'm keeping them warm, 75-80F, and will be feeding dog food and apple slices as their staple diet.

Here are some pics of one of the larger nymphs... Not an easy task to get pics of this species lol!

Such a pretty species, wish more people bred them. Hopefully if I can get this culture up and running I'll be able to help make them more commonly available! 😊

Anyways, that'll do it for this post, and this little series from my lastest trade with Roachcrossing. I look forward to future deals with Kyle as he becomes more and more active in the hobby, hope to get some more awesome species from him in the future! Thanks for reading, hope you all enjoyed, stay tuned for more posts, see you soon! 😉

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