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  1. Welcome to Beetle Forum!
  2. How beautiful! I saw this documentary film on public TV about the Japanese people's love for beetles: http://beetlequeen.com/home.html One young Japanese man collects beetles to sell wholesale. It's his whole career, not a side job. He drives a FERRARI !
  3. Welcome! I'm sure you'll find Beetle Forum very useful. 🙂
  4. Thanks, guys! I was able to do it by going into "manage your Google account," and taking out my last name. 😀
  5. Hello everyone, I wanted to get a Gmail account so I could subscribe to Bugs in Cyberspace's YouTube channel, and other channels I like, to support them and be able to comment. To set up an account you of course need to enter your first and last name. After creating the account I went over to YouTube and found out that my public name on YouTube was automatically set to my full name, with no option to change the display name for YouTube only. I want my display name in YouTube to be my first name only, so I looked up a YouTube video about how to change your name in YouTube. The man on the v
  6. I'm sorry for your loss, Chris. It's true that some beetles just die, but others slowly age and are more mobility challenged. That happened with one of my Blue Death Feigning beetles. She/he used to hang from the screen at the top of the terrarium. Then there was one time where five legs were hooked onto the screen, but one back leg couldn't make it -- the beetle kept trying to get that leg up there, to no avail. Then I noticed it getting slower and slower, then not eating fresh fruit. It must have been hungry, because one time I put down some fresh apple bits; it went over to the apples
  7. Hello everyone, I'm very excited to be a Beetle Forum member! For a long time I had wanted a small pet that was interesting but low-maintenance. In August 2017 I ordered seven Blue Death-Feigning Beetles from Bugs in Cyberspace. They were a joy to watch, but at night, even from one room away I could hear them trying to climb the wall. They sounded so miserable in there. I asked Peter Clausen for advice – he said it's their nature to be at the perimeter of their habitat before settling down for the night, "especially if they don't have much in the middle to play on." Right away, I purchas
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