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Pennsylvania Wood Roach journal

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#1 Offline Connectimyrmex - Posted November 5 2017 - 11:05 AM

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Hi!
I recently found the cutest little baby wood roach hitchhiking in a piece of moss. I decided to keep him, probably because of how they rarely carry pathogens and have quite interesting coloration. The nymph nibbled a bit of fish food and fell asleep. I already have two other Pennsylvania Wood Roaches, but they are both older nymphs. 

Should I have my roaches hibernate?


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