Wow, we may have a contender for the most off-topic reply ever made to a post while still using the sole word in the post's title! Still, I can't help but find the possibility that some Southern women have this name, very intriguing (and disturbing). I'm thinking big, rough hands.
Anyway, to answer ZBZ's question, no, I did not knowingly breed them, however I collected a fair bit of fallen, decaying oak wood from the area over the course of several years. Much of it contained larvae and some of it adults too. Unfortunately, the stags were too small and too conveniently collected to make intentional breeding attempts necessary. I can direct you to the exact source where you are sure to find them a half hour into your hike, but it looks like you have a source already!