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  1. mutrok4040

    Dead beetle....

    Oh missed last comment. Didn't know he found it
  2. mutrok4040

    Greetings citizens!

    Welcome! I'm also a noob here! Good luck with your larvae!!
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    Dead beetle....

    If it has a tiny bump on its head it could be Xylotrupes.
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    Legal to own "pest"?

    I would do it. Just say you didn't to the gov't, I doubt they'll care about a 'couple of bugs.' All I know is that it is strictly illegal to ship or take phasmids across state lines.
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    Legal to own "pest"?

    No, I'm sure you wouldn't, all you are doing by keeping them is preventing them to be a pest in the wild. Yeah most 'June' beetles seem to love hot weather. But they are still around here with temps in mid 80's to 60's at night.
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    4 Lucanus Elaphus!

    Ok, thanks
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    4 Lucanus Elaphus!

    I have four larvae of this species now, two huge ones, and two slightly smaller ones. If you look at my other thread with the pic, you can get a good size comparison. Anyways, I collected the first larvae a month ago. He has been building very sturdy structures, I assume they are pupal cells, not some random hole. Just got the other ones today, not sure what they are doing, their container is huge, more than a foot wide, maybe 10 inches tall, so I cant see them very well. When should I expect them to pupate, and how long will their pupation stage last?
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    Pelidnota punctata pupa

    OMG love this species! This was my first beetle species!
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    Marbled salamander

    I found it at the perfect place for a salamander, basically salamander haven... but this guy was dry and far from the water... also getting attacked by tiny ants. I just took him home to help him a bit. When he was crawling around again I let him go to his little home again.
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    hibernation

    Yes they do for around three months.
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    Dorcus brevis

    Lucky! Ryan Minard could probably help you with this one. Good luck!!
  12. mutrok4040

    Black light!

    There were so many moths that if you shook yourself I sounded like rain was falling! Anyways I caught lots of some Strategus sp. But that was the only big beetle besides a 2+ inch click beetle. I hope I get stags! Are Dynastes sp. attracted to lights? We have tityus down here.
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    Cotinis mutabilis

    I saw lots of them down here week ago.
  14. mutrok4040

    Hello

    Hi! Welcome! I'm a newbie here too.
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    Black light!

    Well, bought a black light, setting it up to attract beetles! I'll update with whatever I catch! (beetles, maybe some cool moths)
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