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Yes, they can live together and will not hybridize, etc.

However, if you want to breed them, I suggest separating the two species; otherwise they may eat each other's young and one species will eventually dominate and drive the other extinct.

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Yes, they can live together and will not hybridize, etc.

However, if you want to breed them, I suggest separating the two species; otherwise they may eat each other's young and one species will eventually dominate and drive the other extinct.

Thank you. Also a couple more Ids,

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That adult looks pretty tan to me.

The pronotum pattern is off.

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E. distanti adult. *somewhat freshly molted*

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E. sp. "White" (From CodeWilster)

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E. distanti compared to E. sp. "White" (From Matt K)

Contrary to the name, they can have orange pronotums as well; it varies with how many color enhancing foods they eat.

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