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This insect can absorb water vapour from air above 82% RH, (Edney, 1966; O’Donnell 1978) and Edney el al. (1974) have shown that these conditions can be found only 45 cm below the surface in the habitat where it makes its sand burrows, even in summer. The vertical distribution of this roach showed a good correlation with its preferred temperature and R H range; and even if it does get caught on the surface and subjected to stress it shows very high tolerance of osmotic change and good regulatory responses (Edney, 1968).

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