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Jerusalem Cricket Layed Eggs!

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#1 Online ZTYguy - Posted April 1 2021 - 11:40 PM


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So a little back story is that I had caught a wild Jerusalem cricket or potato bug to study and document. I had noticed it being dormant for a while and tonight I found both good and bad news. So the cricket was a female and layed eggs successfully so I will be putting a journal up once they hatch and I will hopefully be trying to breed these new babies once they hatch and reach maturity but the sad news is that the female sadly passed. This is though the life of the Jerusalem Cricket. So anyways I will get pictures in the morning once I have found all of the eggs.

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