So the females only have color on their carapace?Like Phampobeteus and Phormictopus, X immanis males get very colorful on their legs aswell. On tibia especially. The pattern on the carapace can be a little brighter but not alwsys IME. Then the males are much thinner build than females
Oh what I meant is pampho and phormic females have nice colors on the carapace?They look totally diffrent than X immanis. Some Pamphos do have a resamblence to Xenesthis sp, in that they have similair markings on the carapace. What i meant with the comparison about the males though is that males get the similair kind of coloring on the front legs
Is there a reason why are Xenesthis much more expensive since they kinda look similar?But as i said, all 3 genus look totally diffrent, with some Pamphobeteus speicies have a recemblence to Xenesthis. They are totally diffrent in price to, and in general defenssivness, Phormictopus sp are generally defenssive and feisty, more so than Xenesthis and Pamohos
I have had alot of Xenesthis sp during the years, and believe me, they are amazing. But very expenssive, mire nervous and way mire sensitive than the other genus in general. I like all of thise genus especially the Phormictopus
All Xenesthis have this beautiful carapace.So the females only have color on their carapace?
Of the three, Phormics (most) are the most readily available and least expensive, Pamphs are less abundant and more expensive, Xenesthis are the least abundant (hardest to breed and smallest sac size) and by far the most expensive aside from a couple Pamphs that are priced like XenesthisOkay now I'm debating whether or not to get the immanis. It's for sale right now but the price is triple the price of a pampho or phormic.
Yes, i am talking about adult males, to clearify!Like Phampobeteus and Phormictopus, X immanis males get very colorful on their legs aswell. On tibia especially. The pattern on the carapace can be a little brighter but not alwsys IME. Then the males are much thinner build than females