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  1. Tip: granti lives around 1500 meters elevation. weather is very different in the mountains.
  2. happen to know where can I find the research/paper on the reclassification? thanks
  3. I think room temperature is very broad. Personally I set my AC/heater to 67F in winter, 77F in summer. And temperature affects a beetle's time to emerge. I know some Cheirotonus may take 2 months. After emergence, some species may sleep in pupa cells for a few months before active. Like Lucanus elaphus, Dynastes tityus, Goliathus regius
  4. What species? Many rhinos and stags can eat fermented sawdust from L1~L3, size of L1 and L3 could be something like 200 times size difference. So bigger containers and more sub is needed later. They don't eat during pupa stage. When adults emerge, some would sleep for a few months but some sleeps for 2 weeks. Don't feed them during this time. Active adults can eat fruits like apple and mango. Each species like to lay eggs in different substrate as well. Some require logs, some require soil-like sub etc. There are a lot more details about what kind of sub can hel
  5. I would check all the near by states(New Hampshire/Vermont etc), if all of them have elaphus then there's a high chance. My personal guess is no though. it seems too far away from their most populated location. Lucanus species are not foodies. They don't eat much compared to Dorcus and Odontalabis ...etc. However, they seems to fly to lights more than many other stags. Btw, from my observation, L. elaphus comes out in bulk for 3 weeks within a year, 1st week males, the later 2 weeks females. Took me 4 years to figure this out. If you missed it, you will have to wait fo
  6. the grease comes from the inside, so cleaning under the elytra is also recommended. But even with this method, the grease might come back after 3~6 months because the organs inside is still there. The ultimate way to clean would be....take out all the meat inside the beetle. it's not uncommon for goliathus collectors to do that. However, your specimen will be considered A2. Its a pain for insect with light/bright colors. A more stable way to make a beautiful specimen with its original color is to kill it when its still young (just started to become active), and you have starved the b
  7. Probably granti and tityus. easy to get eggs, and larvae are pretty strong.
  8. You can also post on this forum: Home => Classifieds => Beetles For Sale/Wanted
  9. Dynastes granti Dorcus brevis Dynastes tityus Dorcus parallelus Strategus antaeus Lucanus elaphus Lucanus capreolus Megasoma punctulatus
  10. Love it. And I noticed you can attach pictures in PM now. Or maybe i just never found the right way in the previous version.
  11. Welcome John I am around DMV area too.
  12. I put 3 LEs (L3) in each half gallon jars. Never had any problems. LE larvae is very weak in early stages, its normal for a few of them to die/disappear even kept separately.
  13. Welcome Hannah, you can find a lot of info on rhinos here. if not, you can always ask. I lived in Asia before and I have experience with A. dichotoma and many other species, let me know if you have any specific questions for them. Btw, which species are you referring to that lives long? Thanks
  14. its a really good question. but even my specimen collector in Cameroon never seen a wild GG larvae.
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