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Mutant Blaptica dubia


Daniel
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Doesn't even look like a dubia! If I saw that in the wild, I'd think it was just a big Parcoblatta or something. Cool colors.

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I just wanted to add that this individual has kept that colour for a month so it has nothing to do with molting. Its seems that a mutation has caused it to lose its black pigments.

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Its mine. I also have a female that looks like she has the same mutation. I have put them together. We shall se what happens. Hopefully this mutation will show in the next generation and I can establish a new colour morph.

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