30 Dec '16, 3pm

A sad story. But I'm so happy roach hobbyists exist to keep them alive! I may get some to breed.

A sad story. But I'm so happy roach hobbyists exist to keep them alive! I may get some to breed.

The story of the extinct roach is incredibly bittersweet. It was discovered and described in 2004 from a single cave in the Simandou range in Guinea; the only location it has been found at to this date. In the wild, it lived in the top layers of bat guano and was found nowhere else. A short time after its discovery, the cave was destroyed as part of a bauxite mining project… No cave, no roaches. Surely, this was a tragic end for a beautiful new roach species. However, the scientists who described the roach brought some live specimens back for cultivation in captivity; the species did well and soon the roaches were distributed to hobbyists all over the US. Now, the extinct roach has a new home and is kept alive solely by cockroach enthusiasts all over the world, which is pretty darn cool if you ask me! This gorgeous species is somewhat slow breeding but very tolerant of dif...

Full article: http://www.roachcrossing.com/for-sale/roach/all/extinct-r...

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