Thursday, March 24, 2016

Ceuthophilus agassizii Update

This species has been doing OK, though they aren't reproducing as much as I would like them to. I recently got confirmation that these were indeed Ceuthophilus agassizii, many thanks to David J. Ferguson on bugguide.net. The next generation has begun hatching out, hopefully this time I won't have so many casualties due to territorial aggression.

Here are some pictures of them!
Male






















Female



























I hope this species continues to do well, and I hope the population density increases.

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

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