Warty Glowspot

The Warty Glowspot Lucihormetica verrucosa, is much like its cousin the Glowspot (L. subcincta) except that they are slightly larger and have bumpier pronotums (shield like area around the two glow "spots"). The two yellow bumps on males actually glow in the wild. While they don't do this in captivity, probably from a lack of the appropriate bacteria, they are still one of the most striking roaches in the hobby. They are non-glass climbers as nymphs, though adults will climb. They are one of the best species in the hobby for handling as they don't move terribly quickly and don't exhibit the "evasive maneuvers" common to most Blaberus spp. 

Very small nymphs available at $6 each.

Cockroaches nutritionally benefit from a substrate of mixed organic matter (see related products, below).

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Warty Glowspot roach Lucihormetica verrucosa
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  • Item #: bic251
Price $6.00
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