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Cryptocercus clevelandi? - Cryptocercus clevelandi

Cryptocercus clevelandi? - Cryptocercus clevelandi
Wolf Creek, Josephine County, Oregon, USA
August 16, 2013
I am starting to see a pattern with these guys. I wonder if this is a big female like a queen off to start a new colony? I find them this time of year..

Hello, I was wondering if you have seen any of these recently? I would love to obtain some and try to breed them if possible. Thanks in advance! :)

not this year
been very dry, and I don't commonly see any more than 1-2 a year.

Ah, ok.
Thanks anyway for the quick response!

Moved from Cryptocercus.

hey v??
is it a female?

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