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#1 Govtchris

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Posted 09 September 2017 - 12:43 PM

Hello from New Orleans! I am a long time amphibian and reptile guy who is looking to get into invertebrates. I'm not a huge fan of arachnids so I thought that beetles would be the ones for me! I am interested just about anything although, if I am being honest, I would place aquatics last on my list. I have some aquatics that I deal with at work and I have my fill of cleaning tanks.

 

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#2 Ratmosphere

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Posted 09 September 2017 - 02:46 PM

Welcome to the forum!



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Posted 10 September 2017 - 03:00 PM

Hey there, welcome to the forum! :)

Darklings: Alobates pensylvanica, Coelocnemis californicus, Coelus ciliatus, Eleodes clavicornis, Eleodes hispilabris, Eleodes nigrinus, Embaphion cf. contusum, Embaphion muricatum, Eusattus muricatus, Meracantha contracta, Platydema ellipticum, Tenebrio molitor, Tenebrio obscurus, Tenebrionid sp, Zophobas morio. Ground beetles: Pasimachus sp. "Arizona". Click beetles: 1 Alaus melanops larva, Ampedus sp, Elateridae sp larva, Elaterid sp larvae, Melanotus cf. similis, Melanotus sp, Pyrophorus noctilucus. Also: A bunch of cockroach species, spiders, isopods, and a cat. For a full list of my invertebrates, See my blog! http://invertebratedude.blogspot.com/





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