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Found 5 results

  1. HyprNekoStorm

    Megasoma Sleeperi Larvae

    My Megasoma Sleeperi Larvae! Anyone know if they have reached 2nd instar yet?
  2. Do Megasoma species tend to surface or become seemingly lethargic before a molt? I have yet to actually witness a molt, but I've got one M punctulatus who has grown quite fat and firm in the body (head is still fairly small) who is hanging out on the surface of its substrate. The larva barely moved at all when picked up until I prodded its head, at which point it recoiled as expected. There was a good bit of frass in the substrate, so I went ahead and mixed it with new oak flake from BiC, and placed the larva into a hole, but it's back on the surface again this morning.
  3. sin5

    Megasoma gyas porioni

    Megasoma gyas porioni  Its very cool beetle
  4. Found this sitting on a palm stump on a beach while on vacation in Mexico. After trying to pry it off the stump and then have it cling so tightly to my hand it left red marks, I now know what Orin is referring to when the Ultimate Guide says "Dynastes Tityus hangs on tightly with claws". Ouch.
  5. sin5

    Megasoma thersite

    I started breeding new species!
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