Advertisement Sorry, this is one more of those "this is another one of those threads". That being said... Here's something most keepers don't know. D. diamantinensis has 3 color variations, all of them live in the same region (near each other, btw). They are green, blue and dark/black, accordingly with their carapace. Here are one pic of each: Dark/black Green Blue Here's the catch, though, the blue variation in this picture was born from a pairing of green x dark, and it looks exactly the same as the ones found in situ, not only that, the blue ones are hard to find, even in situ. Were they a color variation generated from a pairing of green x dark in nature? Lets discuss (RESPECTIFULLY) about it.