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  1. Hello all, the Invertebrate Club of Southern California's monthly meeting is this Saturday (21st), and we're pushing back the start to 11:00 and going to 12:30. We will be meeting on Skype. Since we take a break from meeting in December this is the last club meeting of 2020 (and yes, we are combining the San Diego chapter meeting with the main meeting). We will be having our Thanksgiving-for-Christmas-in-November event at this meeting, and as such only club members are allowed to attend. Looking forward to seeing all who can make it! Thanks, Arthroverts
  2. Hello all, the October meeting will be on the 17th (Saturday), from 10:00-11:30 AM, on Skype.The SD October meeting will be on the 18th (Sunday), from 4:30-6:00 PM, on Skype.I'd like to talk to everyone about a few things as we head into November, such as new club T-shirts, club events, meeting in person again, recruiting new members and member involvement, etc.Looking forward to seeing all who can make it! Thanks, Arthroverts
  3. I know there's Repticon in Costa Mesa come November, but I don't know if it's still gonna happen. In January the Reptile Super Show is supposed to happen but again I'm worried it might now happen. Thanks, Arthroverts
  4. Forgot to mention, the San Diego Chapter of the club is also up and running (led by @Dragozap), the September meeting for the chapter will be on the 20th (Sunday), from 4:30-6:00 PM, on Skype. Meeting link coming soon. Thanks, Arthroverts
  5. Sorry for the break in posting meetings, been busy. The September meeting will be the 19th, from 10:00-11:30 AM, on Skype. Meeting link available to those interested in attending. Thanks, Arthroverts
  6. Ha ha, yes, it is both the bane and the boon of beetle keepers the world over. Sometimes I wonder how people who keep Megasoma and Dorcus do it... Thanks, Arthroverts
  7. Welcome to the forum! May you find all that you seek here. Sorry to hear about your S. aloeus female, the invertebrate hobby is definitely not like keeping tortoises or many parrots, which may outlive you. But congratulations on the 50 larvae! Thanks, Arthroverts
  8. Great information to know. This does beg the question...how in the world do you find this out @Hisserdude? Do you have time to burn and just go looking for improper usage of names ;D ? Thanks, Arthroverts
  9. Great information to know. This does beg the question...how in the world do you find this out @Hisserdude? Do you have time to burn and just go looking for improper usage of names ;D ? Thanks, Arthroverts
  10. Whereabouts in SoCal did you find them if you don't mind me asking? They seem like perfect, corresponding counterparts to Nosoderma diabolicum Phloeodes diabolicus. Thanks, Arthroverts
  11. No interest in tenebrionids? SoCal has an awesome selection when it comes to darklings... Invertebrate Club of Southern California already does collecting trips :)... Thanks, Arthroverts
  12. Currently redoing our club calendar, I'll upload it on Beetle Forum once it is completed. We are still meeting virtually via Skype. Thanks, Arthroverts
  13. The water crystals I suggested above are sold at many home improvement stores like Home Depot and Lowe's; basically these. Thanks, Arthroverts
  14. Double bag Ziploc/Great Value (Walmart brand) works great. I make sure to press the air out of both bags to help prevent the seal from bursting as the crystals move around in transit. I also make sure the bag is never more than half full and all the crystals have fully expanded. Thanks, Arthroverts
  15. Phase 22 cryopacks or homemade cool packs made from expanded water crystals that are then frozen work great for just about all invertebrates. Thanks, Arthroverts
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