snow white dubia

briarpatch10

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I found a snow white dubia in my feeder tank tonight and just wanted to share
 
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Terry D

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Briarpatch, Nice recently molted indiv! :clap:
 

evicton

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I remember the first time I seen a freshly molted dubia, I was like wow this must be rare, then I did a search. Though I still get excited when I see one cause my lizards love them when there are squishy like that lol.
 

malevolentrobot

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feed it out, especially to a picky eater! thats the only time my rosea will eat dubia, if they've freshly moulted.
 

Offkillter

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Oh my word!There it is,the rare and elusive albino dubia.I'd feed off that one first that's what it gets for being different!!! :)
 

Obelisk

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The first recently molted dubia that I saw was in fact only the head and thorax, which the legs still moving. This was when I had just received them, and apparently the rest of them got hungry along the way. Anyway, it was fairly creepy.
 

maxi_kdu

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I did an experiment that i put this kinda white dubia into the fridge to freeze, then it remained white and soft all the time whenever defreezed.
 

Miss Bianca

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The first recently molted dubia that I saw was in fact only the head and thorax, which the legs still moving. This was when I had just received them, and apparently the rest of them got hungry along the way. Anyway, it was fairly creepy.
Not cool at all.

. . . . . . Oh and lol @ 'chewy' dubias..

I did an experiment that i put this kinda white dubia into the fridge to freeze, then it remained white and soft all the time whenever defreezed.
Interesting!

Here's one of my favorite shots.

 
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Crysta

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The first recently molted dubia that I saw was in fact only the head and thorax, which the legs still moving. This was when I had just received them, and apparently the rest of them got hungry along the way. Anyway, it was fairly creepy.
I laughed so bad - wasn't creepy at all.
ohhh a white dubia - take a picture of it - shows it off to us - goes to look at it - oh it's a ghost of its former image... ;)
 

Scoolman

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When I find freshly molted hissers I feed them to my G pulchra; call them roach veal.
 
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