Genus Pamphobeteus

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I am not familiar with this spices but they look awesome..nice pictures again..
 

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"This one is toooo big." He didnt want to eat this roach but gave it threat for over an hour
 

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I have sead it before, I will say it again... heaven is made of P. ultramarinus...LOL one of the most amazing species of our hobby... here is one of my females...
 
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Here is how a P. ultramarinus spiderling looks like... cute little thing!
 
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Here is a female P. insignis... in need of a molt!
 
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Here is a small Pamphobeteus sp. from Ecuador
 
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tarcan

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Well, I posted a pic of a mature female, a spiderling, here is an immature male P. ultramarinus...

I had posted it a while ago... hope the link works

Pamphobeteus ultramarinus info
 

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Originally posted by tarcan
Here is a small Pamphobeteus sp. from Ecuador
Looks a lot like my Vespertinus... I am not sure where they come from though.
 

Deliverme314

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Just searched google and found out they come from ecuador and are commonly called ecuador red bloom... looks like you may have a P.Vespertinus.
 

tarcan

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Most probably a different species, this one was sold to me as Pamphobeteus sp. Gold (Ecuador)... it should not be P. vespertinus...
 

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Can you handle one more?

I love Pamphobetus (probably because I can't afford Xenesthis :) ):

Recently molted Pamphobeteus nigricolor:





Jeff
 

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Re: Can you handle one more?

Originally posted by jcohen9999
I love Pamphobetus (probably because I can't afford Xenesthis :) ):

Recently molted Pamphobeteus nigricolor:





Jeff
How lareg is your nigricolor that it still has its xmas tree?
 
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