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About Oak

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    Flower Beetle

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    Male
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    Beetles,stick insects,saturniids

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  1. Welcome to the forum! Glad your beetles amuse you
  2. I did a quick google search and was able to find their care on a japanese website. Hope this helps you a bit. Google translate is your best friend. https://www.tsukiyono.co.jp/stag2/2018/01/19/メンガタ・メリーの飼育方法【幼虫飼育&産卵方/ http://judge.fool.jp/breed/mellyi.htm
  3. Well if I were you, I would put the female in a small container with some wet paper towels and food to see if she's really eating or not. If you see a lot of excretions in the container after a few days, then you will know that she's eating. It is possible that the female has been mated already and is looking for places to lay eggs; hence the reason why she is always exploring and ignoring food. How long has the male stayed on top of the food for? The male could be super hungry, weak, or just started to become active. To check the health of beetles I always check their grip strength and s
  4. http://column.odokon.org/2015/0410_142600.php I wonder if world records can be broken with the use of JH?
  5. Yes. Just because they are eating does not mean they are mature yet. I would wait a few more weeks before they start mating.
  6. Hey, welcome to the forum. If the adult beetle becomes active, it will come up to the surface and start looking for food. As long as you are providing enough air flow and humidity, it shouldn't die.
  7. Why would you pay a fine when you have a permit? Unless you bought something that you didn't get a permit for..
  8. Very cool looking species! I'd be interested in some larvae if you manage to breed them
  9. I've seen them before. Didn't know it was a variation!
  10. Do they actually eat the koi pellets? I've been thinking of supplementing them.
  11. If the food at the top keeps disappearing that means it is eating it. So don't worry too much. Also remember to soak the pellets so it's nice and moist.
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