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  1. SFgeckos

    Dubia roaches 300 nymphs for $40 SHIPPED.

    UPDATE: 6/17/2014 I currently have surplus of thousands of small to medium dubia nymphs available for forum members! Prices are the following for assorted sized nymphs, from small to larger than 1/2 inch. 250 nymphs $35 shipped 500 nymphs $65 shipped Email for more information or any...
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    Dubia roaches 300 nymphs for $40 SHIPPED.

    UPDATE: 12/2/2013 I currently have thousands of small dubia nymphs available for forum members! These are all 1/2 inch or larger, great for your growing babies or just raise them up for your breeding colony! 400 for $45 shipped. Larger quantities available upon request. Email with any...
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    Dubia roaches 300 nymphs for $40 SHIPPED.

    Update: 6/7/2013 I still have several thousand surplus dubia nymphs available! All nymphs are larger than 1/2 inch! Some will be close to 3/4 inch. These are great for feeding your growing hatchlings or building your own dubia colony! 250 nymphs $35 shipped 500 nymphs $65 shipped Larger...
  4. SFgeckos

    Dubia roaches 300 nymphs for $40 SHIPPED.

    Update: 4/30/13 I have a current surplus of dubia nymphs for forum members! All nymphs are larger than 1/2 inch! Some will be close to 3/4 inch. These are great for feeding your growing hatchlings or building your own dubia colony! 250 nymphs $35 shipped 500 nymphs $65 shipped Larger...
  5. SFgeckos

    Dubia roaches 300 nymphs for $40 SHIPPED.

    SOLD out of 1/2 or larger nymphs. I do have several bins of smaller nymphs (1/2 inch) available to forum members. 500 nymphs for $45 SHIPPED. Please email for additional information or questions. Jon [email protected]
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    Mr. Ribbit...over 2.7lbs!

    Happy Valentine's Day! Jon
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    Dubia roaches 300 nymphs for $40 SHIPPED.

    Hi, I have a current surplus of small sized dubia roach nymphs (1/2 inch or larger). I began building my dubia colony more than a decade ago and feed tens of thousands of nymphs every year-as well as supplying many other hobbyists. I have raised/bred many species of geckos, lizards and...
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    Mr. Ribbit...over 2.7lbs!

    Mr. Ribbit is a giant african bullfrog (Pyxicephalus adspersus) sometimes called a "pixie frog" in the pettrade. He's just over 3 years old and super tame! Currently, he feeds on frozen thawed rodents (he can eat medium rats!) but when he was younger he ate a variety of feeder items: dubia...
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    Mr. Ribbit...over 2.7lbs!

    I snapped this cell phone photo late last night while cleaning- Mr. Ribbit weighs 1,245 grams (over 2.7lbs)! Jon
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    Maternal incubation from start to finish!

    Thanks Chris! I try to change it up a bit every now and then to keep it interesting or else I'll get bored year after year producing so many bps. I always laugh at myself when I realize how excited I am to slit those clutches with unknown possibilities or new combos I haven't produced, but I'm...
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    Maternal incubation from start to finish!

    Thanks Travis! I don't normally use maternal incubation but this was a low end clutch for the wholesale pet trade. I also wanted to experiment and see if there was any differences as far as hatchling size/feeding response etc, as well as observing striping/abberant patterning due to fluctuation...
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    Maternal incubation from start to finish!

    Just got home after midnight and snapped a quick cell phone pic with flash!
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    Maternal incubation from start to finish!

    Radiograph taken 7-11-12 showing eggs Laying her eggs 7-29-12 Hatching today 10-10-12 -Jon
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    You win some, you lose some...today I lose big time!

    The gravid female ended up laying 7 eggs a few weeks back. She is still coiled around them as I'm testing a few maternal incubation temperatures/techniques this year. Her average temperature (probe within her coil) is around 84-85F. Jon
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    Pied Clutch Update

    Great looking pieds! Jon
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    You win some, you lose some...today I lose big time!

    I also see seven eggs, but from previous palpation I thought I felt six, but it can be difficult for females over 2,500-3,000 grams. On the exciting clutches I try to be patient but it's tough! I might just take a quick peek using the ultrasound tonight Jon
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    You win some, you lose some...today I lose big time!

    OUCH! Statistically I should have gotten mojaves and mojavecombos from this clutch...I got owned! LOL Luckily I have three more double codom x mojave clutches hatching this week! Remember, animals don't read genetic books or do math! =) Also here's one of my gravid females due to lay...
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    They grow up so fast...

    Congrats!
  19. SFgeckos

    pic for Shawn (papaK)!

    I'm really sorry to hear about the male galeatus- I wish you would have let me know back then and I could have possibly replaced him for you. He was the only "hypo" galeatus I've seen and was also from European bloodline unrelated to most US stock. -Jon
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    pic for Shawn (papaK)!

    Oh wow, I'm getting old! LOL I just double checked my records and you are absolutely correct. The lesser male I got from you a while back I donated for a classroom pet, and the pastel female I got laid really late last year so I gave her this year off. -Jon
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