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Lucihormetica sub-adults love to do this. I wondered if they are establishing rank while picking up scents, they seem to pile on, and the one on...
On your leaf katydids, may I ask about their captive diet?
I reared a native species earlier this year, but had them in separate...
whatever it is, if described it is possible the species name has a relation to "calcarata", if not described it certainly should ;-)
That is a very neat scarab! Reminds me of the local Cyclocephala, just a heck of a lot more colorful.
Why is there just water in the sponge? Beetles don't need to drink water, they need sugary liquids (diluted syrup or such).
The sponge is...
By the juvenile markings (and having seen literally over a thousand specimens of L. geometricus), definitely not a brown widow. Perhaps mactans,...
E&A, have you seen a variant of L. verrucosa (not an individual, but full colonies)? I was at a show recently an two people had roaches that...
I'll contact some German friends and pull a favor.
I have been searching for the description of various species in this genus (formerly Hormetica if I am correct), and have simply come up empty...
One, Zonbonzobi I believe you are right.
Two, measurement of a beetle is from the posterior edge of the elytra to the anterior edge...
Likely the first link:
If you buy the Traeger pellets I would suggest to start with the 100% oak, hydrate them, mix them up with natural decayed oak wood (preferably...
Imagery of some captive bred larvae
Hope you enjoyed them.
looking forward to see what you do with them Caco.
Here is a little male in a portion of his new set up, excuse the grain on the image but it was taken with a high ISO.
hope you like...
The beetle is Cotinis nitida, and kudos on your set up, with time your skills will improve and we'll be looking forward to more of your imagery.
What type of soil is this? It looks, clumpy. This suggest one of two things to me, it's either high in clay content (not good), or it...