Hisserdude Posted April 15, 2017 Share Posted April 15, 2017 Just got a trio of males and two females of this beautiful new species from Gil Wizen, he collected them in Ecuador last year. The adult males are light green, and the females have a very unusual coloration, a white-ish color with a light green tint to it, both sexes have tiny white speckles all over, and a few small black spots towards the end of the tegmina, similar to Panchlora sp. "White". Unfortunately it is quite difficult to capture the unusual coloration of the females on camera, my camera makes them look mostly light green or white. Males Female Male and female 3 Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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