S. wellingtonae

 


Strophurus wellingtonae is, next to S. c. ciliaris, the second-biggest example of its genus. It appears very magnificent which is due to the big orange-colored spines around its tail as well as the tubercle scale on its back which both appear in a strong contrast to the light-colored basic shade. Its iris is splendid as well which all together makes it a much sought-after nursling.