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How to tell if a wide horn hisser is full-grown?


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I newly started a wide horn hisser colony with medium to large nymphs. Now more and more nymphs have lost their juvenile color pattern (4 white squares on their black cuticle ), but their size is not bigger than regular hissers at all... Below is the photo of my largest male so far

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Well it is smaller than my largest regular hisser. Is it a sub-adult or adult? I hope they are still growing :unsure:

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