Sunday, 21 June 2015

Peruphasma schultei "Pink Wing" Update

So my P. schultei "pink wing" have finally started laying eggs.

I have a theory that my food plant, Olea africana, might be less nutrient-rich that European food plants because my culture is very slow-growing and they dont seem to lay a lot of eggs. I am not sure if this is typical.

I initially had ova of normal and pink wing stock mixed, but none of the normals survived to adulthood, so I  would really like to try the normals in the future.

Here are a few pics.


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