- May 31, 2005
Diplocentrus cf. tehuacanus, gravid female, in situ (Puebla, near Tehuacan).
Diplocentrus cf. tehuacanus, male (in captivity).
Female gave birth in captivity but ate all her young
Central AmericaFrom a communication I received, they can be be found throughout souther Mexico. I can't verify that personally, but I have no reason to doubt my source, who lurks on here sometimes.
Thank you John! That is really exciting. I love Diplocentrus sp. I don't know how I've missed that, but never mind, I've got it now. Yeah. :clap:Central America
A way to research this is:
which will find all PDFs on Diplocentrus Google has been able to index.
That's great! I've collected and kept D. lindo and D. whitei. D. whitei is my favorite specie so far. But I have a lot to learn about them all, let alone Diplocentrus!!! Wonderful genus.You're welcome. And I love Diplocentrus sp. as well. I have 3 different species, I keep 2 D. melici, 2 D. cf. tehuacanus, and 10 D. bereai (6+2 born in captivity, see other thread).