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today i found 3 of these, if it was only one i would have left it but 3 gives me a good chance of both sexes and possibly some breeding. Found on sandy soil in cracks in wood. What should i keep them on, what to feed? Any idea on genus or species? Found in south east qld, australia.

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It's hard to make out any characteristics. Also, even if the species information is available it may not be identifiable if it's a nymph.

Dear orin,

proably it is an adult female! proably a nymph. There are several differents forms into the Epilamprinae, which makes an indentifying without a specimen not possible.

ingo

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