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    I have a tonne of lateralis egg sacks now and I was curious to know if you incubate the egg sacks, so you can monitor them, or do you let them hatch in the environment your roaches laid them in? They seem to be laying the sacks in the egg carton which is closest to the heat tape. In some egg carton crevices I have up to 6 egg sacks in them. The egg sacks seem to be doing fine, haven't dried up, so I'll wait until I hear some feedback.
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    Just let them be. They will hatch on their own. You can give the enclosure a light mist 1x a week so the ootheca dont dry out.
    Chris Dorst
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    Good show, I mist them too!
    Thanks Chris,
    Ryan

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