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  1. Goliathus

    Chrysina beyeri (video)

    More of my Chrysina beyeri (Purple-legged Jewel Scarab) are starting to emerge. Based on their size, I think that most if not all of the ones shown in this video are males, but I'm really not certain. I expect that larger specimens will be emerging a bit later (in another 4 to 6 weeks or so). These particular ones were reared at some density in a communal, 10 gal. tank. I suspect that those I reared individually in 16 oz. containers will be larger.
  2. Goliathus

    Chrysina beyeri

    A Purple-legged Jewel Scarab (Chrysina beyeri) (captive reared) that just emerged today. Some coleopterists are of the opinion that it's the most beautiful of the US Chrysina spp.
  3. Goliathus

    Chrysina beyeri & gloriosa

    Some photos of my Chrysina beyeri and C. gloriosa - two of the four species in this genus that are found in the US. The other two are woodi and lecontei.
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