Jump to content

jreidsma

Members
  • Content count

    432
  • Joined

  • Last visited

Everything posted by jreidsma

  1. jreidsma

    Hellllo!

    Priority should be fine.
  2. jreidsma

    Hellllo!

    Not yet were I am, but probably soon
  3. jreidsma

    Hellllo!

    Ahh, well alright then Its too cold here for anything too pretty
  4. jreidsma

    Hellllo!

    If you don't have very many just keep them yourself and maybe you can get them breeding or catch more later on I am guessing the adults outside have died off now?
  5. jreidsma

    Hellllo!

    I can pay postage If you have potted plants I heard that they sometimes get in the soil.
  6. jreidsma

    Hellllo!

    I don't have much when it comes to larger beetles, as I cannot get the wood they need. If there are extras where you are I would love to have some of the cotinis I am wanting to breed them but like I mentioned above the person I was going to get some from stopped communicating and I haven't heard back from.
  7. jreidsma

    Hellllo!

    I have small Eleodes larva of subnitens, acuticauda, and goryi. I also have captive bred isopods.
  8. jreidsma

    Hellllo!

    Would you be willing to send me some cotinis I was supposed to be getting some grubs form continis but the person I sent the money to dropped off the face of the earth somewhere.
  9. jreidsma

    Hellllo!

    Do you have Cotinis where you are? The first beetle that comes to mind with pinchers are stags, Lucanus.
  10. jreidsma

    Hellllo!

    https://www.facebook.com/pages/Beetleforumnet/184231481713926?ref=ts&fref=ts
  11. jreidsma

    Hellllo!

    Welcome to beetle forums! We have a facebook page also nice pictures!
  12. jreidsma

    What are these?

    A friend of mine is wondering what these are and what they may eat, I may be getting some so I would like to know also https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?fbid=226684784037961&set=a.226684754037964.58002.100000893239657&type=3&theater https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?fbid=226684810704625&set=a.226684754037964.58002.100000893239657&type=3&theater
  13. jreidsma

    What are these?

    Sounds like they would be they burrow into rotting wood or live plants. But they may be the broad necked borers, and if so then the larva feed on roots
  14. jreidsma

    What are these?

    I will ask them, I was not the one who caught these as I am in Michigan
  15. jreidsma

    What are these?

    They are in Rhode Island
  16. jreidsma

    What are these?

    Broadnecked root borer?
  17. jreidsma

    What are these?

    Sorry, here they are
  18. jreidsma

    Beetleblogger - Eleodes

    I love Eleodes They are by far my favorite beetles Very cool pictures
  19. jreidsma

    Larva I found under a log

    I didn't mean that they would be with the Eleodes, all the larva in that tank are separated in their own little cells.
  20. jreidsma

    Larva I found under a log

    Hmm... I guess its a learning experience then. There isn't any info online that I could find about breeding click beetles. maybe I will put them in the incubation chamber with my Eleodes, its 80%+ humidity in there,
  21. jreidsma

    Larva I found under a log

    Well with Eleodes and darklings they do kind of like this when they are prepupa.So I was thinking that maybe these were prepupa.
  22. jreidsma

    Larva I found under a log

    Sounds like something I will likely avoid My other passion is plants. I have many exotic plants and some nearly extinct in the wild.
  23. jreidsma

    Larva I found under a log

    The wireworms may eat the little bugs also More sources of food You have me wanting some of the roaches now
  24. jreidsma

    Larva I found under a log

    Mine are either dead, or prepupa. They are stiff and curled a little bit but not dark colored or anything. the surinam roaches sound pretty cool What are you feeding them? This is my first time keeping these wireworms, so I don't know if they take a long time or not.
  25. jreidsma

    Beetle Id

    what about strawberry, banana, or something else that has some moisture to it along with the melons?
×