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ITT: insect-related discussions.
Pic-related - the Mole Cricket, my favorite orthopteran. I currently have 3 of them living in terrariums.
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>>50924433
Where did you get them from? I don't believe they are native in my area and I have never seen them for sale.
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>>50924433
Hey, I've been thinking about making some isopod cultures for my snake vivs, do you know anything about them?
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>>50924433
Post a picture of it biting your penis please
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>>50924485
I captured them in the wild -- they are pretty common in my area, sometimes even considered pests in the gardens.
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>>50924433
All insects are evil. The only exceptions are ladybugs.
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>>50924550
Wrong anon invasive asian ladybugs actually bite lol
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>>50924502
Well, it might be possible to breed the isopods in sufficient terrariums, but I haven't tried that -- I'm more into insects of Orthoptera, Lepidoptera and Coleoptera.
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>>50924550
>All insects are evil
Get out, normalfag
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I met a girl at uni who wants to be an entomologist. She's kind of average looking but she's nice. Is it rare to find a girl into insects?
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>>50924676
Yes, you've found the rare woman with an interesting hobby I recommend making her your wife.
>>50924615
Okay thank you, I'll look more into it anon, I've been breeding some roaches but they've seemed to have slowed down a lot plus they're making too much noise
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>>50924569
Fake news. Those aren't even ladybugs.
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How can you like bugs? They look dirty and in a perfect world they would be killed off.
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Who else finds pinning bugs fun?
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>>50924800
>in a perfect world they would be killed off
>thus destroying an essential node in the natural nutrition chain, which eventually eliminates most of the life-forms on Earth (even most of plant species and underwater organisms), making Earth's surface uninhabitable because of atmospheric gas change.
>Humans can only live underground and grow food using hydroponics
>"The Matrix"
And everything because some idiots decided to eliminate all bugs in the Earth by releasing an artificially created virus which kills all arthropods.
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>>50924994
That is why I said in a perfect world you utter utter retard.
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>>50924893
Only if pinning a bug creates some scientific value - for example, when making an insect collection.
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>>50925018
That's a weird concept of perfection, then.




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