Hhhhhhhm.Originally posted by JP version 1.0
I have found that an easier way to distinguish between these two species is by comparing the size of the tibias on the first and last pair of legs. On E. campestratus the tibias of the rear legs are clearly larger than those of the front legs, and larger when compared with A. seemani.
Hope this helps,
Thanks. Yeah, she is a bit flicky. Not too bad though.Originally posted by Venom
That's a pretty pzb ya got there! She appears to be a bit flicky tho.