wodesorel Posted October 9, 2012 Share Posted October 9, 2012 I was gathering up the tank to cull that problem colony of mine, when I spotted not one, but three oddballs sitting out right on top. So they get a reprieve for now while I figure out what they are and if they're really oddballs or just regular variation in the species. Would love some help figuring out what I'm looking at! First up, "Wingless" Not sure if it's an injury (since these guys are eating each other), or a mutation: With a normal female for comparison: Second, "Skinny-butt" There are actually quite a few of these females (confirmed) that are built like wingless males. Thought it was really odd "Skinny-butt" on top of "Orangey" Third, "Orangey" That weird colored nymph I mentioned in another thread turned into a weird color and shaped adult! Is it even a dubia? I'd love to try my hand at a breeding project with it. With "Skinny-butt" on the left and a normal female on the right: Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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