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Tarantulas, feeder roaches, isopods, and other invertebrates (Monticello or Champaign)

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Rehoming a variety of feeder and pet invertebrates. Can arrange pickup in Monticello or Champaign. I would be glad to provide advice on keeping any of these! See the end for additional species, as I haven’t had time to detail each one yet.

Shipping available

TARANTULAS
¾-1” Caribena versicolor (Antilles Pinktoe): $35 (last one!)
1.25"+ Chromatopelma cyaneopubescens (Greenbottle Blue): $70 or 2 for $130
1.25"+ Pamphobeteus sp. “'Platyomma' (Brazilian Pink Bloom): $80 or 2 for $150
0.25-0.33" Nhandu chromatus (Brazilian Red & White): $10

Regal jumping spiders (4-6i): $15, 2 for $20, 5 for $40, 10+ for $5 each.

Blue death feigning beetles - cute, active, clumsy blue desert beetles that are hilarious to watch! Very easy care (check online) and can live up to 8 years, though it is unknown how old these already are since they are wild-caught. Will act dead (feign death) when sufficiently disturbed, only to get up and go on their way when they think the coast is clear!
Adult beetles: $15 each or 3 for $40

ROACHES
Dubia roaches - excellent feeders for bearded dragons, leopard geckos, other lizards, tarantulas, scorpions, and more!
Adult females: 5 for $10, 10 for $15, 25 for $30, 50 for $50
Adult males: 5 for $7, 10 for $12, 25 for $25, 50 for $40
Group of random sized nymphs: $0.20 each
Starter colony (12 adult females, 4 adult males, 35 mixed nymphs): 1 for $30, 2 for $50, 4 for $80

Red runner roaches - feeders that parallel crickets in size as hatchlings and adults. Very fast, so these produce a strong feeding response.
Starter colony (mixed nymphs and adults): 10 grams for $15 (ask for availability)

Madagascar hissing cockroaches - fun pet roaches that get very large and make a catlike hissing sound when disturbed! Very popular with kids! CAN climb glass and smooth plastic.
Adult females: 1 for $6, 5 for $25, 10 for $40
Adult males: 1 for $4, 5 for $15, 10 for $25
Mixed nymphs: 6 for $15, 12 for $20, 24 for $30
Starter colony (2 females, 1 male, 7 mixed nymphs): 1 for $25, 2 for $40, 4 for $60

Halloween hissing cockroaches - large, but smaller than Madagascar hissers, slower moving, with a fun yellow/black striped pattern. My favorite pet roach! CAN climb glass and smooth plastic.
Adult females: 1 for $7, 5 for $30, 10 for $50
Adult males: 1 for $5, 5 for $20, 10 for $35
Mixed nymphs: 5 for $12, 10 for $20
Starter colony (2 females, 1 male, 7 mixed nymphs): $25

Death’s head roaches (B. craniifer) - large pet roach, with black wings and an orange jack-o-lantern pattern on its pronotum! The coolest roaches in my opinion, “scary” looking.
Adult females: $12 each
Adult males: $5 each
Mixed nymphs: $2 each

Ivory head roaches - fairly large pet/feeder roach, very popular species for blatticomposting (using roaches to compost in bins). The adults have beautiful white wings. Nymphs are dark with 3 yellowish spots on each side and will spend most of their time burrowed if you provide substrate.
Adult females: $12 each
Adult males: $5 each
Mixed nymphs: $3 each

Buffalo beetles AKA lesser mealworms - used as a clean up crew in roach colonies, as they eat dead roaches and uneaten food, preventing mold or pests. Larvae look like small mealworms until they pupate into beetles.
25 mixed larvae and beetles: $5 or included free if requested with orders over $20

Mealworms - easy feeders to breed yourself, as large mealworms will pupate into adult beetles, which will produce more mealworms.
Large: 50 for $5, 100 for $9, 200 for $16
Beetles: $1 each

Superworms - a feeder insect that looks like a giant mealworm, reaching 2” in length! Not difficult to breed yourself, but large worms need to be placed alone in small containers to get them to pupate into adult beetles.
Large: 25 for $5, 50 for $9, 100 for $16

Wheat bran - used as food and bedding for superworms and mealworms
Gallon bags: 1 for $5, 2 for $8, 3 for $12

Moisture-loving springtails (temperate white)
16 oz culture on charcoal $7

Lower-moisture springtails (possibly tropical white)
16 oz culture on soil: $7

Arid (Low-moisture) springtails (Entomobrya unostrigata)
16 oz culture on soil: $7

ISOPODS
Clown - beautiful pattern of gray, reddish edge, 2 rows of white dots, and a row of yellow dots in the middle: 1 dozen for $20, 2 dozen for $30, 3 dozen for $40

Magic Potion - white with yellow and black spots. So pretty! 1 dozen for $20, 2 dozen for $30, 3 dozen for $40

Gestroi’s (Armadillidium gestroi) - large, gray with rows of yellow spots. 1 dozen for $20, 2 dozen for $30, 3 dozen for $40

Dairy Cow - large, fast, active, prolific, white with black spots. Very fun for kids! 1 dozen for $12, 2 dozen for $20, 3 dozen for $25

Spanish orange (P. scaber) - orange, prolific, fast, much larger than powder orange: 1 dozen for $12, 2 dozen for $20, 3 dozen for $25

Powder orange (P. pruinosus) - orange, prolific, fast, have a powdery coating. Small compared to the rest listed: 1 dozen for $12, 2 dozen for $20, 3 dozen for $25

Powder blue: 1 dozen for $12, 2 dozen for $20, 3 dozen for $25

Powder white: 1 dozen for $20

Powder “oreo crumble”: 1 dozen for $20

Powder mix - Mix of powder blue, white, oreo crumble, and orange: 1 dozen for $12, 2 dozen for $20, 3 dozen for $25

Giant canyon - look like the ones you see outside, but get way bigger, around ¾” long! 1 dozen for $12, 25+ for $0.50 each

Zebra isopods - Active, fun, cute black and white zebra striping! 1 dozen for $20

Panda king isopods - adorable isopods with a black/white/black pattern making them look kind of like a panda!
Small: 1 dozen for $25

Bumblebee millipedes - brilliant yellow/black striped pattern. Reach up to 3” long. Adult pictured for example.
Small/Medium: $5 each

Fruit fly cultures - freshly started, in 32 oz ventilated cup. Producing colony may be available. Wingless D. melanogaster: $7 each
Flightless D. hydei: $7 each

Also available now or soon, ask for details:
Shadow roach (Pycnoscelus nigra)
Banana roach "hobby" (Panchlora sp. “Hobby”)
Venom roach (Periplaneta americana “Venom”)
Yellow porcelain roach (Gyna lurida “yellow”)
Dusky cave roach ("Blaberus fusca")
Little Kenyan roach (Paraplecta cf. minutissima “Kenya”)
Red-headed roach (Oxyhaloa deusta)
Glowspot roach (Lucihormetica subcincta)
Ember roach (Pycnoscelus striatus)
Warty glowspot roach (Lucihormetica verrucosa)
Chrome roach (Gyna caffrorum)
Flat horn hissing roach (Aeluropoda insignis)
Lobster roach (Nauphoeta cinerea)
Extinct in the wild roach (Simandoa conserfariam)
Wide horn hissing roach (Gromphadorhina oblongonota)
“Mahogany” Madagascar hissing roach (Gromphadorhina portentosa “LLE Mahogany”)
Surinam roach (Pycnoscelus surinamensis)
Wingless female roach (Pycnoscelus femapterus)
Dark mealworms (Tenebrio obscurus)
Pie dish beetle (Embaphion muricatum "Chaves Co, NM")
Headlight elater beetle (Pyrophorus noctilucus)
White spot assassin bug (Platymeris biguttatus)
Horrid king assassin bug (Psyttala horrida)
Dalmatian isopod (Porcellio scaber “dalmation”)
Dwarf white isopods (Trichorhina tomentosa)
Giant arcane earwigs (Euborellia arcanum)

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