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  1. AlexW

    Hello from an undisclosed location!

    Welcome! I have gotten a few silly login issues before too
  2. AlexW

    C gloriosa emerged

    On his rusty website (Elytra and Antenna) he says that Beyer's scarab "usually becomes an adult in less than 1 year from ova being laid", suggesting that the book instructions worked well for rearing beyeri. http://www.angelfire.com/oh3/elytraandantenna/USIUSInsec
  3. AlexW

    Hello from so cal

    Welcome! CA is a biodiversity hotspot for darkling beetles. I have seen some very interesting species in the forests and semideserts.
  4. AlexW

    C gloriosa emerged

    Pretty sure Orin did. Do you have his Ultimate Guide?
  5. AlexW

    Thoughts on new layout?

    All my text is black and thus readable though. I suspect it's just a glitch; maybe changing browsers could help...?
  6. AlexW

    Hello from Maryland

    Bugsincyberspace.com its owner is also our admin
  7. AlexW

    Revenge shall be ours

    I have spent months waiting for this moment https://sp-uns.blogspot.com/2018/05/campaigning-while-headless.html?m=0
  8. AlexW

    I should be fine now

    sigh, technical difficulties pursue me without relent Instagram currently unavailable For some reason I am also forced to type blue hyperlinked text half the time on Beetleforum if I ever start acting strangely in the future, there is little doubt as to the culprit
  9. AlexW

    Cannibalism in Lucanus?

    McMonigle recommends separating all elaphus L3s, because they are "easily overcrowded", which possibly suggests that lack of space may be problematic even with plenty of food.
  10. AlexW

    Cannibalism in Lucanus?

    From Mcmonigle's Ult Guide: Lucanus grubs cannibalize or bite each other when resources are in short supply
  11. AlexW

    New to beetles, not to insects

    Welcome! Assorted dermestids often crop up in feeder insect boxes, so I'd guess that is what your beetles are.
  12. AlexW

    Heading to Texas!

    Not too much research seems to exist on the biology of North American glowing clicks, but given that their relative Pyrophorus can live quite some time as an adult I'd assume that the NAmerican ones are active whenever it's warm enough.
  13. AlexW

    Heading to Texas!

    Oh, and since TX is so close to the Mexican border, many interesting animals are found there. I think one Chrysina lives wild over there
  14. AlexW

    Heading to Texas!

    tenebs tenebs tenebs!
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    WOWWWWWWW

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