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Old 09-10-2020, 02:45 PM
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Default Re: Cockroaches in Vivarium - Is this plan OK?

I've used this method successfully for years. Put some roach gel into the small container (I bought these at a dollar store.). Place the container into the vivarium at lights out, but don't do it on a feeding day as you don't want the flies to eat the gel and then get eaten by a frog. The roach will enter the container, eat the gel, leave the container and then die. You can remove both the container and the dead roach in the morning.
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