......you probably COULD get some of those more stubborn specimens to produce in a set-up like that. You'd still have to get the females out in time before the eggs are laid, and then somehow keep an eye on 'em so you could remove them before they are eaten. Or you could remove the males, supply a variety of nesting choices, and let nature take its course. You might just gain some important insight into solving what has been a mysteriously missing piece of the natural history "jigsaw puzzle". Best of luck to you and please don't be afraid to ask for any kind of help or information when the time comes. I would love to see you succeed!!!