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About Lucanus

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    Collecting, pinning, breeding, and studying insects.

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  1. Found dozens of these at Key Largo, FL. Hoping they are easy to breed.
  2. The ones in Miami are Ignelater havaniensis, very similar in shape and size as these south american cousin but no one has cultured them yet I suspect their care won't be different from Pyrophorus....
  3. Orthoporus looks like giant Julids so i wouldn't be surprised if their babies looked like Julids too. Only time will tell I guess.
  4. It really is amazing. It also blows my mind that they can survive in heavily developed areas as long as the tree they can breed in is available.
  5. https://www.instagram.com/p/BFzmHUvnoMa/?igshid=oyzpoo3r144j https://arachnoboards.com/threads/baby-millipedes.306971/ Here's two
  6. Several people have posted about getting babies from their Orthoporus, accompanied with pictures of the babies. They look very similar to the babies in your picture so it's likely that they've been bred by several people already.
  7. You are probably looking at L2. There weren't any L3s in there.
  8. These won't be for sale
  9. One of my captive bred adults
  10. A tree fell down near my workplace so I decided to investigate before the tree service could get to it and take it away. To my surprise I found 14 D. tityus larvae inside the cavity of the tree! The place I work at is in the middle of suburb so it's mind blowing that these could breed in the city where there's hardly any trees left.
  11. There are several people who keep and breed that species in the US but they aren't able to provide constant supply of this species as it takes around 5 years for them to mature and breed.
  12. A friend of mine also thought it looked like a chiton. lol I wish I could get my hands on some Prosoplecta!
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