Cavimanus morph.

Brandelmouche

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Cavimanus patern.

I have 2 paterns in mi colony of P.cavimanus, i lake to see this boy/girl adultod but is not for tomorrow !!:wall: ;)

 
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Brandelmouche

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Sorry, i would say ¨Patern¨ ou color,:wall: ;)

I rectify reight a wey. Thanks Mark .
 

Mark Newton

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Sorry, i would say ¨Patern¨ ou color,:wall: ;)

I rectify reight a wey. Thanks Mark .
I see. Morphs is correct. I wasnt aware you were referring to colour morphs. Are these naturally occuring morphs, ie., found in wild populations?
 

Michiel

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That's normal Brandelmouche, there is color variation in Pandinus, just as in P.imperator i.e. there are chocolate brown ones and blackish ones..
 

Mark Newton

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That's normal Brandelmouche, there is color variation in Pandinus, just as in P.imperator i.e. there are chocolate brown ones and blackish ones..
Sounds like naturally occuring colour morphs - wild type morphs.
 

Gigas

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They are normally like that from 2nd and 3rd instar but then even out in colour after a few moults.
 

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They are normally like that from 2nd and 3rd instar but then even out in colour after a few moults.
ahh so...we arent looking at colour morphs, but juvenile stage colour variation. Would this be correct?
 

Brandelmouche

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Thanks all.;)

It's a first time can i see that in my colonys or species in 11 species reproduced, on time a female I.politus gave me a not healty, 2 instar white scorpling but he die one week after.;)
 
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