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    Pretty sure this little guy is an ornate, but I really have no experience with figuring this out. Can ne one tell the difference? He burried himself right after this, so this is all I got.

    He is currently up for sale in the classifieds, but if no one can take him, I guess I'll just have to make room or another tank...
    It's only been a day and I'm getting attached already! :P

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    It looks like Cranwelli to me.

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    can you pls post a pic from behind? from the front loox like a Carnwelli to me as well also...

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    Took this at the pet store, something told me to. He was kept in a thin layer of moss w water pooled at the bottom in a very small kritter keeper, I felt so bad for him...

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    he is a carnwelli for sho.... but to my surprise, the green carnwelli that I got outshines the albino in every way...

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    Here's a better shot from behind. He seems a bit more pale in color from when I first got him over the weekend. Also, he still hadn't eaten anything, is that normal for this amount of time?

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    Yep! Hes a Carnwelli alright!! Just let your buddy there settle in for a bit before feeding him, but just to test waters I would just throw in say... 1 cricket to see the response, my albino took a week before he starts eating.

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    I have a dubia roach colony, with many different sizes, many small enough for him, think that will be ok?

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    dubia will be fine, Nice to see you here, Bruce.

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