Sunday, December 11, 2016

Panchlora sp. "White" & Oniscus asellus "Dalmatian" Updates

My last adult female Panchlora sp. "White" died a couple of weeks ago, but my dozen or so nymphs are doing pretty well, they've been growing slowly and have all molted at least a couple times. Hopefully they will continue to do well until they reach adulthood, which I've heard can take around 18 months for this species.

Anyway, here are some pictures I took of the nymphs earlier today, (also some of the best pictures I've ever taken of Sinella curviseta):

I'm very glad the nymphs seem to be doing well, and I can't wait until they mature!

My Oniscus asellus "Dalmatian" have been doing great, some of their offspring are getting to be a good size now, and I can already see quite clearly that they have inherited the beautiful patterns of their parents!

Here are some pictures I took of the little guys:

The babies are stunning, and I have yet to find any normal looking offspring, which is great! Hopefully I'll be able to keep this culture going and spread this color morph around the hobby!

Well that's gonna be it for today, I hope you guys enjoyed this post, and I'll see you all next time! :)

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