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Posted by: Nate83 at Sun Jun 19 21:27:16 2011  [ Report Abuse ] [ Email Message ] [ Show All Posts by Nate83 ]  
   

Has anyone else discovered the new black crickets that are starting to pop up? I've seen very little info on them so have no idea about specifics. I've seen them referred to as super crickets and georgia blacks.

In short, I set up a group of 1000 breeders 6 weeks ago and have had incredible success with hatching and raising the young and the adults have had amazing vitality compared to the grays, very few dead adults in the bin. Overall I have not had the problems I had recently with the grays.

Just wondering if anyone else has discovered these and been playing with them. I have a feeling these will be replacing the grays.


   

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