Mixed nymphs: $2/each
Starter colony (12 mixed nymphs): $20
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This beautiful species is often found in bird nests in the wild. Its color and pattern resemble that of fireflies, which are toxic to many predators (the roach, however, is not poisonous). Fittingly, this species’s scientific name means “having the form of a glowworm (firefly).” The females have small litters but have them often, making cultures grow quickly. Good humidity with ventilation, heat, and a loose, chunky substrate are vital to breeding these little guys.