Sunday, August 9, 2020

Iphthiminus serratus Larvae Update

My Iphthiminus serratus larvae are growing quite well, and the two largest ones have turned quite pale in coloration, they're darn near maggot colored now... 😂 Still soft and thin skinned too, such an odd look for a Tenebrionid...

Here are some pictures of the largest two, I didn't actually measure them, but I'd say they're an inch or more in length now:

Unfortunately no more larvae have popped up in the adults' enclosure, I was kinda hoping I'd missed one or two in there, but another thorough search revealed no additional larvae hiding in the substrate, oh well. In any case, the five I've isolated are doing great, hopefully they'll start maturing soon! 😁

Anyways, that's gonna do it for today, thanks for reading, hope everyone enjoyed, stay safe, and I'll see you all in the next post! 😉

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