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G. Pseudoglomeris aerea = Mirror Spot Roach


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Such a nice species, and one of the most velvety Pseudoglomeris out there! :D

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57 minutes ago, Hisserdude said:

Such a nice species, and one of the most velvety Pseudoglomeris out there! :D

I am noticing some "velvet" variations between the Guangxi and Yunnan specimens... i am not sure if they are related to locality or nymph age. The Yunnan seem to be more velvety but they are all nymphs still... so i need to wait to see how they develop. I will send you some photos later!

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On 3/29/2022 at 3:13 AM, Martin said:

I am noticing some "velvet" variations between the Guangxi and Yunnan specimens... i am not sure if they are related to locality or nymph age. The Yunnan seem to be more velvety but they are all nymphs still... so i need to wait to see how they develop. I will send you some photos later!

I think adults do lose a little bit of the velvety hairs down the middle, and in some cases if collected harshly may have some of the hairs rubbed off.

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5 hours ago, varnon said:

This series of photos is great.

thank you :)

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