Going to Japan on a business trip. The best thing is, everything is paid for! Can't wait too see an other country even though I haven't ever been out of the US. I hope to explore around and hopefully see some beetles for sale; ya know, check out the beetle breeding scene there. Although I cannot bring anything of that nature back with me, I hope to take some good pictures of what I find.
Going to Japan
Posted 19 September 2017 - 10:15 PM
Bring me back some Eucorydia yasumatsui oothecae! (JK)
Darklings: Alobates pensylvanica, Coelocnemis californicus, Coelus ciliatus, Eleodes clavicornis, Eleodes hispilabris, Eleodes nigrinus, Embaphion cf. contusum, Embaphion muricatum, Eusattus muricatus, Meracantha contracta, Platydema ellipticum, Tenebrio molitor, Tenebrio obscurus, Tenebrionid sp, Zophobas morio. Ground beetles: Pasimachus sp. "Arizona". Click beetles: 1 Alaus melanops larva, Ampedus sp, Elateridae sp larva, Elaterid sp larvae, Melanotus cf. similis, Melanotus sp, Pyrophorus noctilucus. Also: A bunch of cockroach species, spiders, isopods, and a cat. For a full list of my invertebrates, See my blog! http://invertebratedude.blogspot.com/
Posted 20 September 2017 - 06:01 PM
pretty cool i wish you could bring back beetles back to the states lol
when will it be legal ugh
Posted 30 September 2017 - 07:05 PM
Thanks for all of the positivity guys! Leaving tomorrow!
Posted 30 September 2017 - 10:22 PM
Have a safe trip, Ratmosphere! Take a picture with a big thumbs up if you see a Megasoma elephas or Dynastes neptunus!
Posted 07 October 2017 - 04:43 PM
Didn't get to see any big beetle shops as planned but I did get to see a few stag beetles! Also found a marmoset and meerkat for sale at a local pet shop there. They looked so sad though. Finally home. Being overseas gave me a new appreciation for the USA.
Posted 14 October 2017 - 10:39 PM
Wherever my job sends me haha. Who knows! It most certainly can be Taiwan.
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