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PostSubject: Re: P. cavimanus Lone Wanderer   11/23/2012, 4:32 am

Yeah hopefully, must be due a molt soon seen to have been this size forever now Smile

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PostSubject: Re: P. cavimanus Lone Wanderer   11/23/2012, 11:39 am

These guys can really vary in how light their colouration is. There's also a light colour form, although I don't know much about that. Here's a couple of pics of adult females I have to show how their colour varies. One of them is very light and actually quite red to the eye and the other is almost black. I sometimes think the light one could be LCF it's so light but they were brought as WC, at the same time, from the same place so odds would suggest they most likely came from the same region.

Funnily, my baby came from the dark coloured one but the little guy really is as red as the pics show. Maybe amoungst a brood there is lighter or darker ones, or maybe it is a regional thing, or an age thing I'm not sure.

Adult female colour variation:

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