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    Sorry about the quality, its from my phone.....
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    well cant really tell much but thay look more like beetles than roaches
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    I thought the same when I was looking at them to take the pics earlier. Thanks for the help. I will try and post some better pics later
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    ya there most likely beetles but don't rule out roaches yet because i know there are some really good roaches that are beetle mimics but i really don't think thats what you have if it is you are one lucky man.
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    lol what if it is a beetle mimic....am I not so lucky anymore? lol
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    if it was you hit the jack pot (that is if you are a roach enthusest) but it's probably not because i know quite a few people keep beetles in there roach colonies to help with clean but usually thay are small like really small (about the size of a new born nymph. if you can get a clear shot of them i might be able to figure out what you have or ask some people i know if thay have a clue
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    Here are the best pics I can get....

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    nope defiantly beetles, by any chance do you see any small meal worm looking things in the roach poop, if so thay are defiantly a beetle used to clean up the tank.
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    yea I saw one small mealworm type insect in there too.....my roaches aren't to active and don't seem to be doing much as far as reproduction goes, do you recommend any type of food that will get this specific species going?
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    Quote Originally Posted by docwade87 View Post
    yea I saw one small mealworm type insect in there too.....my roaches aren't to active and don't seem to be doing much as far as reproduction goes, do you recommend any type of food that will get this specific species going?
    Check out Maurice's link: http://www.geckosunlimited.com/commu...s-gutload.html He recommends food for many feeders.
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    ===> No plain calcium, calcium with D3, or multivitamins inside an enclosure <===

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