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  1. Hi, I'm making flake soil with Traeger Oak Pellets and I was wondering how I could tell when it would be suitable for rhino beetles and stag beetles. I hear they ned different fermentation periods, so I was wondering what to look out for when each are done.
  2. I hate to be a wet blanket but that's information a select few people keep secret as of now. Localities are usually not shared, especially publicly, and doubly so with a rare species with a restricted range like M. sleeperi. Though I don't want to discourage trial and error, all I can say is that they're very rare and few and far between, and not even I know of place to sustainably source these. It's better to keep stuff like this secret so someone doesn't come along and drive the population to extinction.
  3. Interesting. Good read! However, this begs the question... this beetle would be so cool if it was rearable, they look so cool and get up to a decent size, and are also pretty common where I’m from... I believe they feed on fungus but I’m not so sure.
  4. Do the males grow faster than the females? I'm planning on getting a nymphal pair myself. Also, nice going with the breeding, can't wait to see them grow up!
  5. The title says it all. Where would be a good place to find D. Granti, specifics preferred. DM if you want to keep confidential.
  6. That does it guys! Thanks for your input, all of you!
  7. @JKim Please educate me. I'm still confused, and I feel like this should be common sense but I just want exact conclusive evidence to extinguish my hopes.
  8. I feel like I should use my common sense but my fantasies shall be quenched! Could I take beetles which are legal in the US(natives, Goliathus) from Taiwan via airplane? I'm visiting my relatives there where beetle shops are literally everywhere. We probably know it's a fat NO but I just wanted to make sure from your general consensus.
  9. I wonder if I can tag him, if Peter is here, please, do help me out
  10. Any explicit information? They reside in the Algodones dunes, but I am not sure where
  11. I am thinking about catching a few with my new blacklight, where should I look for these buggers?
  12. Would you care to identify the first beetle? Id love to know about a 1000 dollar beetle lul
  13. Congratulations man! Now you just gotta wait a bit and one day find some beautiful darklings in the pupating enclosure!
  14. If I were you, I would get what would be considered as his latest beetle book: The Ultimate Guide to Breeding Beetles. It has all of that information and more.
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