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Archimantis sobrina is a widespread species found primarily in SA and WA. Those from SA have a thick white band going down the back fo the body, while those from WA have a much thinner stripe. They are a large, slow growing species reaching 10cm in length. A very rarely available species.
These ones are from the SA population. Individuals come in an array of colours, adult males are always brown while adult females can be bright green, dark green, purple, brown or pink in colour. Juveniles often have muddied colours, which represent a transition in colour forms. An image is provided of a juvenile that was brown-pink previously and turning green with each moult.
Our nymphs are currently feeding small crickets. They have to be kept seperate, not communal.
Tall Bug Box with Mantis Kit
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