FS: Giant Roaches.super nu herp food

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FS: Giant Roaches.super nu herp food

Post by Ron Trempe » Thu, 06 Feb 1997 04:00:00



See <http://www.texas.net/~rtremper/roach.html>

20 (5 males/15females) Breeder size giant roaches, 2-4", sent postpaid
for $20.00

Check it out.......

 
 
 

FS: Giant Roaches.super nu herp food

Post by Rod Mitche » Fri, 07 Feb 1997 04:00:00


Quote:

>See <http://www.texas.net/~rtremper/roach.html>
>20 (5 males/15females) Breeder size giant roaches, 2-4", sent postpaid
>for $20.00
>Check it out.......

Uhhh...Ron, what is the fat content of a roach?  I thought it was too
high to make a good staple diet for insectavorous lizards?  Not to
mention that breeding roaches for food is not that fun....*smile*

Rod Mitchell


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http://www.reptilian.com/rdz_wrld.html

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FS: Giant Roaches.super nu herp food

Post by Neacalba » Mon, 10 Feb 1997 04:00:00


I'd have to agree. I'm breeding orange-headed roaches(get about 2"long,
take about 3 months to reach *** size, dont smell, feed on a grated
mixture of potatoes,bannannas, sweet potatoes, and carrots,(i mix and
freeze it, then defrost chunks) plus, fish flakes, and cereals. They are
kept in aquariums, with heat pad under 1 end, need humidity, and dont
climb well(or fly...) all the monitors I have just gobble em up.

 
 
 

FS: Giant Roaches.super nu herp food

Post by Brian Linds » Mon, 10 Feb 1997 04:00:00


        I breed Blaberus sp. They are very nutritious. Both my chameleon
and my Uroplatus love them. I keep mine on turkey crumbles with a water
bowl with a sponge inside it and they breed and have absolutely no
offensive odor.
Catriona