Most will be released at some point. A lot of the males will likely be given away to some school teachers we know to use then eventually be released. So far they have just been kept in the large mesh cage. I did make the mistake of leaving that male and female together last night. Since the male had emerged that day I didn't think he would be so fast, but they were mating this morning. I guess its fine for that one, but they will all be separated tonight so that doesn't happen again. My goal is to attract a wild male from around my house since they are drawn to the females by scent. For now my one male is held hostage in a different cage, because its likely he will come right back to the females at night if I release him now. Currently I have the one male and two females. I will get eggs from a few females at some point so I can start over.