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  1. tert100

    River monsters anyone?

    Hey guys, any of you into fish? I know I am and I have a lot of tanks at home ranging from 10 gallons to 210 gallons. If ou want to make this post a place to put you setups that'd be cool.
  2. tert100

    2 new pets **What are they?**

    Where did you get this ?
  3. tert100

    Crossbreeding.

    Makes sense.
  4. The bucephalus won and no mostly no harm is done. But there are exceptions
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    ID Help

    Stink/Shield Bug.
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    Crossbreeding.

    I have heard of people crossbreeding D. Tityus and D. Granti and I myself tried it on Hercules and Neptunus but got only deformed specimines. I was wondering if the Larger dorcuses titanus, bucephalus, taurus etc. could cross. I was also wondering if cervus and elaphus could cross.
  7. Wow you guys have so many great opinions and in terms of the d. titanus v.s. d bucephalus look at this.
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    Beetle Larva ID?

    I agree.
  9. Hey everyone, You probably already know this but fighting beetles is really big in Asia, and as I am Asian I myself do love it. I was wondering what stag beetle you thought is the strongest and what rhino/hercules is the strongest? For stags I would say Dorcus Bucephalus. For Rhino/Hercules I would say Dynastes Neptunus. I am interested i hearing your opinions, Leon
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    Strategus aloeus pupa

    Peter how large is your larvae? Do you mind posting pics?
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    Pupating?

    Looks like the start of one.
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    Pupa cell

    When you guys get them breeding, I would love to get some.
  13. That's sweet. But I only yell this is spartanburg on days when I feel sad. Anyone use baits?
  14. Hello Everyone, Just wondering, in your area what are your favorite beetles t find and what are your favorite methods? For me, I start out not and hunt for Ceruchus Piceus Larvae by just breaking open red wood. Later on I go under lights to catch my favorite of what we have here which are the Lucanus Capreolus. I am interested in hearing all of the different opinions and methods. Thanks, Leon
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