My Therea olegrandjeani have been maturing at a good rate over the last couple months. I now have ten adults, with only two nymphs left(one of which is unfortunately way younger than the other and likely won't be able to breed during its lifetime.) But note that I only have a total of twelve now, that's because I sadly had my oldest adult female die yesterday. It had a relatively productive life and produced some oothecae for me, which I am very happy with. During its last couple days, one of it's wings was almost completely eaten by the others, which is pretty odd, but I'm guessing that it might be normal for this species?
I'm not going to share any pictures in this post because I will be creating a four-post picture series on all of my inverts!!! I'm going to create one post for my roaches, one post for my isopods, one post for my beetles, and one post for my other invertebrates. I'll be getting those post out very soon, so be on the lookout!