Saturday, May 23, 2015

My new Pseudomops septentrionalis!

Just got these guys from Kyle at Roachcrossing.com, 11 nymphs total. This is a really cool little species from the southern US, and the adults are day-active! I fed them a chunk of apple, and a piece of cat food. They seem to prefer the apple by far. Some of the nymphs have a light brown border on their pronotum and thorax, a less stunning version of the adults bright white border, I suppose. Anyway, here are some pics!
























And here's a video of them!















I'm gonna have fun breeding these! :) That's it for today, Hope you guys enjoy!

2 comments:

  1. How are these coming along? Have they been relatively easy to care for?

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  2. They are doing well, and seem to be fairly easy to care for so far. I have one subadult that I'm expecting to molt soon, which is exciting!

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