Offering Pycnoscelus striatus (Ember Roach). The is a very pretty species that is very shy like most other Pycnoscelus, spending almost all of their time hidden beneath the substrate. These get their common name from their nice rusty orange colouration that makes them look like little sparks darting into the substrate. These are another easy species but seem to be the slowest to breed of the hobby Pycnoscelus. Keep in a deep, moist substrate.
They love carrots, apples, banana, and fish flakes. They also love dried hardwood leaves.
Temperature Requirements: 70-85 degrees Fahrenheit.
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