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1 Roach breeding colonies on Mon Feb 10, 2014 1:17 pm

Inyanga


Hi guys

Im redoing one of my roach colonies and am happy to give away starter colonies of Pallid (Phoetalia pallida), Lobster (Naupheta cinerea) and Redhead (Oxyhaloa duesta, this is an indigenous species) roaches if anyone is interested.

Roaches are very nutritious and highly sought after live prey for most insectivorous exotic pets although I find Gliders prefer them if they have been eating something sweet.

They are extremely clean and easy to keep and breed. The species offered are tropical with the exeption of the Redhead roach, and cannot survive long without special care so will not become a pest in your house.
The Redhead is common in gardens in Gauteng and is not an indoor species.

All I ask is that you come fetch them during work hours as I dont post live animals. I am based in Pretoria.


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2 Re: Roach breeding colonies on Tue Feb 11, 2014 8:05 am

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Thank you for your kind offer!  Trust me, your babies will love this!!


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3 Re: Roach breeding colonies on Tue Feb 11, 2014 12:55 pm

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Hi guys

Quick update, the vast majority of roaches are finished. If you are still interested PM me urgently.


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