A great new species, though undescribed in the scientific literature. Though tropical, these "red dwarfs" appear to be tolerant of a wide range of humidity levels, from damp to almost dry. In fact, we found transplants living among our Porcellio flavomarginatus, which we keep the driest of all! There is also considerable sexual dimorphism within the species--males are very small and bright orange/red, while females are large and grey. Any unit of 10 is guaranteed to contain at least 2 red/orange males, and probably more. Though not yet kept with our dart frogs, it is likely that this would be a great species for bioactive setups.