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Latiblattella lucifrons? - Latiblattella lucifrons - male

Latiblattella lucifrons? - Latiblattella lucifrons - Male
Madera Canyon, Santa Cruz County, Arizona, USA
July 4, 2019
Coordinates: 31.722092, -110.879893
Elevation: 5,007 ft
Attracted to mercury vapor and ultraviolet lights

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Moved, lucifrons indeed, nice find...
Once had a small adult group of this species, unfortunately I kept them way too humid, and they died off prematurely... :/ One of my biggest facepalm moments in my time as a Blatticulturist!

Moved from Cockroaches and Termites.

 
Thank you Hisserdude!
My first time finding this pretty roach. I'm guessing this must be a male. Right?

 
No problem!
And yes, this is an adult male, females have much shorter wings that don't fully cover their plump abdomens. :)

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