Ethmostigmus trigonopodus - banded form (Kenya)

Draiman

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An uncommon colour form of E. trigonopodus from Kenya. This is an adult female measuring about 13cm BL. I received a 1.1 pair last year, and was told the sexes were not aggressive to each other; I put them together one night and in the morning all was left of the male was a half-eaten corpse. :wall:

These pics were taken in a container I use for that purpose, not in her enclosure, so don't worry about the dry substrate.



 

JanPhilip

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Ethmostigmus realy has some nice species, been waiting for pics of this one! The caramel colors are cool.

How is your E. rubripes spinosus doing? The best looking sp I have seen yet :p
 

Athelas

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Great pics! Love the colors!

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micheldied

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Wow sweet looking pede.

I do keep my E. Trigonopodus dry for the most part though, with a large water bowl.
 
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