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  1. @Hisserdude , wow, thanks for the rundown! I know I'm not the original poster but I was watching this topic with interest and it's nice to get a quick summary all in one place!
  2. Fantastic and organized looking. I'm not ready for that level of commitment myself, but maybe one day.
  3. Ah, the joys of living alone...where what I can put into my microwave is limited only by my imagination and courage. In all seriousness, this is not something I have specific experience with, but it's not functionally different than limiting pathogens by boiling.
  4. Thanks! This is my local glowing click-beetle so it's good to know in case I were to come across any...
  5. Thanks @Goliathus. I had heard mixed reports of this genus accepting pecan and other carya so that is good to know.
  6. Apologies for resurrecting an old post, but may I ask what you are feeding the adults? Is it a steady supply of fresh Juglans leaves or do you supplement with anything else?
  7. How are they doing for you? Has care been notably different than the other Pyrophorini that you raise, or do you find them to all be pretty similar?
  8. Hey there folks, this is GardenDrag0n from the Houston area. I'm having a great time getting into the hobby and am trying to pace myself and get a good understanding of the species I have. Fortunate to have some good local invert folks down here! Currently keeping a variety of micro feeders for fun (3x springtail species, bean beetles, molitor mealworms, confused flour beetles, tropical white and dwarf purple isopods ) as well as some fancy isopods, a few special millipedes, and a small group of blue death feigning beetles. Oh and there are some roaches and a whip scorpion too! Anything that I can watch grow and reproduce is a plus!
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