||An even velvety black background combined with an orange marginal band
and numerous large irregularly sized yellow-green maculae, each macula
encircled by white, appear to be the typical color pattern of P. scintillatus
(Newman & Cannon, 1994).
However, a significant variability in size and extension of maculae
can be observed (small photos). Maculae can vary from single and separate
arrangement to a highly dense or even confluent pattern (large photo).
It remains to be shown, if all of the shown specimen are variants of P.
scintillatus or if they resemble similiar but distinct species.