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  1. If it doesn’t have spikes its not armata. Probably some other Elodes or darkling.
  2. Also just checked the tank and found that another one has already emerged unintentionally. (One in the middle)
  3. I also managed to cb E. armata! I also managed to do it without the heat? Maybe my house is hot idk, I’ll try to do it again because I have a ton of larvae growing.
  4. Also if you didn’t know Common hissers (Gromphadorhina portentosa) and Halloween hissers (Elliptorhina javanica) are in totally different genus, although they come from the same island, I doubt it would be possible to hybridize them.
  5. Np! I’m glad to make other people happy! It ends in 3 days just so everyone knows!
  6. So all these things are free: you don’t have to pay anything, (most of the stuff is overstock in my collection) 1. 20 A. vulgare or 20 A. nasatum or both if you so choose (US only) 2. Plant painting and 2 plant stickers (Anywhere) This has a price of $30 but, I already have to much plant artwork and stickers, so that’s why I’m giving it away. 3. 1 patch of star moss & 1 broom moss patch (US only We also have lots of fun events, one starts @ 8 tonight. So come and have some fun and make some friends! https://discord.gg/tMYkTS2vXx
  7. No problem, just thought someone had to get the word out there.
  8. Sorry for the long rant but this will affect all of us Most information from https://usark.org/2021-lacey/ U.S. Senator Marco Rubio (R-Florida) has introduced Senate Bill 626 (S626). This is a bill that would reverse the USARK federal lawsuit victory by reinstating the ban on interstate transportation of species listed as injurious under the Lacey Act. The bill would also create a “white list” (see #2 below). This goes far beyond large constrictor snakes. This will trickle down to hundreds or thousands of common pet species. Also note this may not pertain only to non-native species
  9. I must have been thinking of the desert ones then
  10. They are darkling beetles so their elytra are fused together after pupating. This creates a really hard exoskeleton and prevents water from escaping. All darklings are unable to fly.
  11. Found 3 today one was to fast to photograph! They are growing, and I keep finding more, who knows how many are under the soil.
  12. The US actually has quite a few endangered species (especially the Nicrophorus americanus beetles), idk if there are any endangered species in Oregon. Here is a link with all endangered US insects https://ecos.fws.gov/ecp/report/species-listings-by-tax-group?statusCategory=Listed&groupName=Insects
  13. Nice, I’m glad that I’m one of the few to produce babies!
  14. Nah Its definitely not another sp. I have no round millipedes that live in my backyard, just some greenhouse millipedes.
  15. I was pretty easy I’m going to make a care and breeding sheet soon. Probably next week
  16. Not yet, haven’t found anyone selling any.
  17. Yes I have lot of different millipedes.
  18. Help I have a millipede addiction!!! After multiple sightings of breeding a small group of orthoporus ornatus has produced a 1st gen of cb babies!! The babies have already moulted once. I will give future updates and get more adults for this culture. I will also do a care and breeding guide in the future. Pictured below is one of the adults.
  19. Its a hard but worth it, as they live longer than most hobby insects
  20. I am giving away a group of +28 A. nasatum isopods. Giveaway is USA only. https://discord.gg/eY2sSmY4tT Stay tuned for more giveaways.
  21. I am surrounded by roads and highways we never get beetles that large. C. nitida and grapevine beetles are the largest ones here.
  22. Wow that’s close to me, I will have to take a trip there in the spring.
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