Monday, February 27, 2017

Panchlora sp. "White" & Drymaplaneta Updates

The Panchlora sp. "White" nymphs are all doing very well, and have started to burrow a lot more. They are also growing quite fast, which is great, can't wait until I have adults again!

Anyway, here are some pictures of the nymphs:



















Very glad the nymphs have done so well, here's hoping that they mature with no problems!
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Another one of my Drymaplaneta semivitta oothecae has hatched, got another twelve or so nymphs now! That leaves only three more oothecae to hatch, hopefully they will do so soon!

Here are some pictures of a few of the new nymphs:


















They all seem to have taken to the egg cartons in their enclosure very nicely, that's where they spend most of their time now, as opposed to the upper rim of the enclosure, which makes cage maintenance much easier.

Also, just wanted to let you guys know that Invertebrate Dude now has it's own Facebook page! Check it out here!

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

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