Fortunately not the MY HOUSE IS FULL OF ROACHES kind. I have three hissers, 1 female, 2 males, and I've had them for a long time, but they will not breed. Their tank is constantly soaked but they don't seem to eat or move from underneath their rock. I've been debating on putting them, or the females at least, in the 75ltr helix aspersa tank. If it's not opened constantly it gets very hot and humid, while the hisser tank doesn't retain heat very well. Has anyone tried this before? I'm planning on introducing them to actual snails first in a tank and observe them for any problems. They don't seem very fussed with anything, very laid back dull trio. They're happiest with their heads stuffed upside-down in the dirt. They get angry and rebury their faces if you pull them out, it's pretty cute.
I just introduced the cockroaches to three adult snails and they seem mortified. The snails are behaving like the cockroaches are really big, funny shaped snails to make friends with, and the hissers think the snails are intimidating. Never thought I'd see something so strange.
Put one of the females in the big tank, she calmed down a fair bit. Snuggled between a pair of sleeping snails now and doesn't want to move, she seems much happier when she has a natural environment to hide/live in rather than a plastic floor.
My hissers are not old enough to breed so can't help on that problem as not bred them before I know they like it warm and humid with substrate to burrow in and bark to hide under mine like to eat powdered dog food I use biscuits and grind them up and wet them same as I do for the snails the roaches seem to like it. I've not kep them with my snails so I have no idea I'd be worried the hissers may nibble at the snails but I have no idea. Be interested to see how it goes
I'm hoping the warmth and humidity in the tank might encourage them to breed. They don't have any contact with the snails by the look of it, the snails sleep high up while the hissers like to cram under logs and rocks. Also the snails in your avatar are absolutely gorgeous, I love their shells.