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Phortioeca sp. "Ecuador"

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Now in the US hobby! 😁 Unfortunately these individuals were not mine to keep, but I should be getting some next year when their new owners breed them! In any case, I was able to snag a few pictures of some nymphs while they were briefly in my possession, enjoy! 





Closely related to Lanxoblatta, and similar to them in care.

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6 hours ago, RosenKrieger said:

That pattern is really cool. Do they retain it as adults?

No, they're winged and brown as adults. 

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