This mutation was isolated from a group of C. convexus collected in Ukraine. Some times it almost appears to be a dalmation appearance, but others have distinct lack of coloring next to normal breaks in pattern. Convexus are a prolific, docile species that thrives in nearly any environment, making them ideal for bioactive setups. They have a unique trait of curling into a ball similar to Armadillidium species, but do not tuck in their antenna. They are fearless, extremely active little isopods, like a perfect hybrid of Armadillidium and pruinosus.