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Thread: For trade: rare exotic roaches

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    Quote Originally Posted by mass View Post
    I loved mork and mindy when I was a kid.
    So did I. Remember when they had a son and it was Jonathan Winters ? Man, that was great. Last funny thing Robin Williams ever did. He just got obnoxious after that show.

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    the 70's will do that to a person.

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    How do you even find rare roaches?

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    Quote Originally Posted by mylesG View Post
    i got some collectable dog turds in my backyard, any takers?
    No thanks, I already own the rare albino variety.

    Roaches are pretty cool though imo. Always wanted some hissing roaches since I saw them at Zoo camp as a kid.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Wire Man View Post
    How do you even find rare roaches?
    Right here.............http://www.roachforum.com/ TF for cockroaches.

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    That's something I never expected..... I always thought people bred roaches just to feed their tarantulas and reptiles. I guess it's like the snake breeders that breed rats, only to get attached to a few and develop a new rat breed.

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    The glow spot roaches sell from $11-$14ea. as adults. Too rare and too expensive to use as feeders. I've bred my fair share of feeders over the years though.

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    The glow spots are cool. I paid about the same price for snails once, but they were really cool snails (Tylomelania).

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