Don't forget the tigrinawesseli.I don't think P. vitatta are rare or hard to get a hold of, but I think they are one of the least kept pokies due to several of the others being similar looking at a lot more accessible. A lot of people keep metallica, ornata, regalis, subfusca, and rufilata. You less commonly see smithi, formosa (the best one imho), vitatta, hanumavilasumica, and miranda.
I rarely see P. Muticus discussed and when I do it is in some foreign alternating chants to the goddess and some hymns but actually discussed, never!No one talks abput P. muticus? What rock do you live under? Its probably the most talked about species on these boards.
Vitatta is one of the underrated pokies...possibly because they lack the bright yelliw underarms (theirs are a creamy off white)...but a really great species none the less....im hoping my female drops a sac soon.
Rarely I've saw such heresy combined together in one statementI rarely see P. Muticus discussed and when I do it is in some foreign alternating chants to the goddess and some hymns
To even think to "discuss" the Goddess 0.1 Pelinobius muticus PBUH (Peace Be Upon Her) is blasphemy, but during the past certain heretics (that ended cursed) dared to perform such impure acts, if you use the 'search' function you will find those.but actually discussed, never!
lol...op, what "real" info are you looking for with regards to muticus?