A disputed species with a great deal of color variation, Armadillidium vulgare "Punta Cana" is sometimes listed as Armadillidium sordidum, while others have claimed it is Armadillidium vulgare. All we can say for sure is that they are very colorful and shiny! Their origins are also mysterious, as this is a European species that carries the name of a location in the Dominican Republic. Great breeders, there are always surprises--even when the parents are grey! We keep our A. vulgare "Punta Cana" in open containers with lots of ventilation, and spray the enclosure every other day. These isopods aren't picky--they'll eat fruits, vegetables, and fish flakes with gusto!