Hisserdude Posted December 1, 2021 Share Posted December 1, 2021 This cute species comes from temperate China, and has cute fuzzy nymphs that turn into brilliant metallic blue/green adults. This species may or may not require a dispause during the winter, this had yet to be determined. Other than this possible care need, their husbandry is quite similar to that of common hobby staples like Therea and Ergaula spp., both of which are closely related to Eucorydia. We are seeing more and more species from this genus pop up in culture, and I hope to see that number keep rising! Fingers crossed I can rear mine up successfully and breed them! Large nymphs: Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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