Hisserdude Posted August 21, 2021 Share Posted August 21, 2021 Introducing a fairly recent addition to Blatticulture, Panchlora sp. "Guadeloupe"! This species was originally collected by @enthomofarma, who bred them and established them in the hobby. Me and my friend @Luccasbiohub both got starter groups recently, and Lucca actually sent me theirs to breed, so now I've got a starter culture of around 20 nymphs! I only have pictures of nymphs for now, but the adults of this species are a pale green, and supposedly very broad and flat, kind of like if a Panchlora sp. "Giant" got run over by a truck. 😂 Really hoping to get these breeding well for me, apparently they are as easy to breed as any of the other Panchlora spp., so fingers crossed! Will be sure to share pictures of adults when they mature too! Here are pictures of my nymphs: Oddly, these have little rows of tubercles bordering most of the abdominal segments, weird! Can't wait to see some adults in person, and get some pictures of them! 1 Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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