Zephyr Posted September 25, 2010 Share Posted September 25, 2010 I think this species is very under appreciated. They reproduce well under most conditions, are very hardy, and are fairly handsome. They can be told apart from Pycnoscelus surinamensis by the lack of a dot of color on the last ventral segment. Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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