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  1. Just an update. It has been 2 weeks now with my Eleodes Armata larva. I made the mistake in placing most of them in non-clear disposable insulated coffee cups, but I had maybe 6 that are in clear jewelry containers with holes poked in the lid. Tonight I lifted one of those containers up, and I can see on the bottom a pupa. Yeah! super excited. I am guessing 1 to 2 more weeks. I believe it takes 3 to 4 weeks to go from Pupa to Beetle. Correct me if I am wrong. Do you suggest I put something in the container for them to climb on when they come up to the surface in a week or two? My house temp
  2. I found 7 little ones, 2 died, and the rest have been living for 7 months now.
  3. I have had wood Camel crickets with my beetles and hissers for over 7 months so far, and everything seems to be going well. I don't see any aggression, and the Camel cricket seems to clean the backs of the hissers. They are fun to watch. I know some crickets can be aggressive or eat other bugs, but have not seen this with this breed of Camel Crickets. I found them under some logs in Minnesota. I am curious about them, because they eat mold, and hopefully mites and spilled food.
  4. Where you ever successful in breeding these?
  5. I would love to hear your success story and setup from larva to pupa to beetle of the Eleodes Armata. Does anyone know what the exact temp and humidity level would be for incubation? My house temp sometimes is not stable, and looking at getting a Hova-bator Incubater for my next group of Larva. Right now I am waiting for 3 to 4 weeks to see my results if I can get my first beetle. I have 12 larva in waiting. I feel like a mother hen.
  6. How will you go about the process. Do they have to be at a certain temp?
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