US Uncommon Roaches, Beetles, Crickets & More!

Hisserdude

Member
Cockroaches:

Compsodes schwarzi
(Schwarz's Hooded Roach)
12 Mixed: $20 + shipping
24 Mixed: $30 + shipping

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Hemithyrsocera palliata (Pallid Sun Roach)
10 Mixed: $35 + shipping
20 Mixed: $55 + shipping

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Nocticola sp. "Malaysia" (Malaysian Micro-roach)
10 Mixed: $20 + shipping *Limited Availability*

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Parcoblatta americana "Table Rock, Boise - ID" (American Wood Roach)
10 Mixed nymphs: $20 + shipping

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Princisia vanwaerebeki "Big/Black" (Vibrant Hisser)
The most basic form of this species in cultivation, with most adults sporting black base coloration, with orange/yellowish abdominal margins. This stock throws out a decent number of completely black adults, which is unusual for pure stock of this species, but all males have the characteristic notch on the anterior margins of their pronotums, while hybrid lines normally have variable pronotum shapes.
Adult Pair: $30 + shipping *Purity of this stock Uncertain*

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Beetles:


Alaus cf. lusciosus (Texas Eyed Elater)
This is a HUGE click beetle species with beautiful adults, larvae are fully predatory.
6 Small larvae: $60 + shipping *Limited Availability*

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Blapstinus
sp. "Kuna, ID"
(Grey Sidewalk Darkling)
8 Mixed: $12 + shipping *One Group Available*

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Conibius
cf. seriatus
(Red & Blue Micro-Darkling)
8 Mixed: $15 + shipping *One Group Available*

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Eleodes hispilabris "South TX Race" (Darkling Beetle)
10 Small larvae: $15 + shipping

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Ignelater havaniensis "Miami, FL" (Cuban Bioluminescent Elater)
Largest US native bioluminescent click beetles, the glow on these guys is INSANE as adults!
6 Small larvae: $80 + shipping *One Group Available*

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Orthopterans:
Ceuthophilus gracilipes gracilipes "Montgomery, AL"
(Slender-legged Camel Cricket)
Largest US native camel cricket! Easy to breed, pretty tolerant of crowding, but they do like their space! Definitely some occasional feeder potential, and colonies don't smell or make noise! *LAG only if local temps 77F or below*
8 Mixed nymphs: $40 + shipping

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Springtails & Mites:

Entomobrya unostrigata
(Cotton Springtail) *Dry Hardy*
20+ Mixed: $5 + shipping

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Sinella curviseta (Tropical Pink Springtail)
20+ Mixed: $5 + shipping (Ask for availability)

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Terms & Conditions:
Minimum order $30 not including shipping.
No shipping roaches to FL except for Compsodes. Paypal only. I ship via USPS Priority Mail, shipping normally costs $15 however if your order is especially large it may be $18. I do not ship via USPS express at this moment, so please don't ask.
 
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MissSkittles

Chameleon Enthusiast
Prolific but slow growing, so could probably only be used as occasional feeders... But my tarantula loves them, and she's a super picky eater!

BIG lol, their bodies alone get almost two inches long, and their legs are so long... Honestly this IG post of mine shows their size off best I think:

OMG! That is like a cricket from a nightmare!
 

Hisserdude

Member
Interesting! Thanks for sharing. When you say slow, how slow lol? And do the babies need separated from the adults?

8 months or so on average. And nope, all life stages can be housed together, so long as they have PLENTY of protein (dog food or something similar) available at all times and a good amount of surface area. :)
 

jamest0o0

Chameleon Enthusiast
8 months or so on average. And nope, all life stages can be housed together, so long as they have PLENTY of protein (dog food or something similar) available at all times and a good amount of surface area. :)
That's pretty cool actually... I may have to consider trying some!
 
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