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PuffDragon

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Nope, it's not necessary. Atleast with Blaptica Dubia, I do not know about other species. :lol: 8)
 

WhiskeyTango

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Ah ok good.lol....My roaches have had babies and I did not know if I should remove them or not.

thanks ;)
 

erk

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The baby roaches eat the adults's fras (poop). So you should leave them in with the adults for a while.

I know it sounds gross, but they are roaches.
 

Aaron The Roach Rancher

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Seperating baby roaches

You can seperate them as well and they may grow faster with less competition for food. if you seperate out babies too , you will eventually have several bins of similar size in each bin. This makes for a much easier time when feeding large collections. I do this with most species of roach that I raise.
 

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