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Mashku

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  1. Male Cetonidae have this here : http://www.biotropics.com/html/p__marginata_02.html
  2. Don´t use Alcohol ! Better use only hot watter steam or 5% Acetic acid. Pin it, near to the Pronotum and the Elytra left and right. please have a look: https://www.flickr.com/photos/mashku/10675370935/in/album-72157639090229515/
  3. Not all Videos are in English...
  4. Hi, lucky Man ! Do not use this needles to piercing the Beetles, it may destroy it afer a time. Use special insectneedles for it... like this:
  5. Yes its a Chalcosoma caucasus, you can ID it on the smal denticle on the cephalic horn. C. atlas has none and C. moellenkampi has more smaller more closely thorax horns. WIKI says: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Chalcosoma_moellenkampi
  6. Yes of course, Cerambycidae are beautys too. Long time ago i get some Petrognatha gigas. Found this little guy at thailand : Gerania bosci bosci next time i post some dry pics. greetings, Mashku.
  7. Nice one, the structure of this beetle is it velvet ? Greetings, Mashku.
  8. For what ? Its senselessly, better breed a good tribe for many generations. Thats are importantly, many Beetles are not for ever got get as Wild caught. Think about this. Greetings, Mashku.
  9. Xylotrupes gideon are strong to, a single male injured me some other stags. And no, i dont let them to fight for my plessure...
  10. Hi Alex, no it was just for fun and i tested my first steps with PS. Yes, i errased the pins and change the structure of the beetles. the original pics are here:
  11. Breeding @ low temperature 18 - 20 °C (64-68°F).
  12. Hi, i want show my Malaysian Leaf-Katydid, Ancylecha Fenestrata. Ancylecha fenestrata von Mashku auf Flickr Female. Ancylecha fenestrata von Mashku auf Flickr 2 days old nymph. Ancylecha fenestrata von Mashku auf Flickr an ecdysis. Ancylecha fenestrata von Mashku auf Flickr 2 months old. 1 cm. Ancylecha fenestrata von Mashku auf Flickr joung Male. Ancylecha fenestrata von Mashku auf Flickr Ancylecha fenestrata von Mashku auf Flickr Ancylecha fenestrata von Mashku auf Flickr the complete stream is here : http://www.flickr.com/photos/mashku/sets/72157631190516342/with/8438159067/ Bless, Mashku.
  13. I got my copy @ Amazon.com ! Yes of cours it is good, no it is supreme ! Greetings, Mashku.
  14. Great idea, hope that raises the Forum forwart, i like it !
  15. Hi, i made some artwork with photoshop : You see a Chrysina victorina (mexico) and Theodosia westwoodi (Borneo, Indonesia). Greetings, Mashku.
  16. Awesome ! Great work Ometeo !
  17. Female right ? Is this sand ? Greetings, Mashku.
  18. Hello, in your video is the Larva time to short, try to show it longer, closer and from all sites.(front,back, etc). If this is a Eudicella, so i think you keept it to dry. Give the substrte more Humidity, like a towel, that you can press in your hand, but it don´t left any waterdrops. I hope you understand what i mean, my english is not the best... Has your Larva a brownish chitin plate on it Abdominalsegment ? And a last Profi tipp : Eudicella schultzeorum pseudowoermanni (Genus species subspecies) The right Way of writing is that the Genus is Big, the species smal and the subspecies is smal too. Give the larva some not to much Fishflakes, they love protein, and the result are biger Adults. But not to much, mites explode in the substrate ! Maybe 3-4 Flakes fot the two per week... maybe better 2-3 flakes. Good luck, Mashku.
  19. Very nice find ! Do you try to breed them ? Greetings, Mashku.
  20. Mashku

    Any ID?

    Hi, maybe a Ceruchus piceus !
  21. Hey Zero, wich kind of Dynastid is it? You can't keep all Dynastids at the same Temperature otherwise they will die. Example: Trypoxylus dichotoma and Dynastes satanas must be kept at extremly different temperatures. T. dichotoma can be keep at "warm"(23°C = 73°F) temperatures and it is deadly for D. satanas. They live in the mountains of Bolivia and it is colder there(max. 19°C 0 66°F). Greetings, Mashku.
  22. For the Love of Rhinoceros and Stag Beetles Second Edition For the Love of Rhinoceros and Stag Beetles Second Edition is dedicated to the keeping and breeding of Dynastines (rhinoceros beetles), Lucanids (stag beetles), Cetonids (flower beetles), Rutelines (metallic Beetles), and Euchirines (long-arm beetles). They are two Books in a Cover. Left you see The Dynastid Book, in the middle the Coversheet, right the Lucanid Book. Best Breeding Book i have ever seen.(i don´t seen all ; ) )
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