nepenthes Posted May 7, 2013 Report Share Posted May 7, 2013 I am not a huge beetle person! I Am just here to learn more about them, curious about their care and really just trying to find out what species I can find in my area. It would be interesting to see them develop. I am always finding grubs while looking for ant alates, and other inverts. I am just trying to span out I have a few inverts right now: B. vagans, L. parahybana, P. Cambridgei, Pterinochilus murinus, Ethmostigums trigonopodus, Lithobiomorpha sp's, Scolopendra Subspinipes, and Scolocryptops sexpinosus. I am looking to branch out, I'm really getting into native species, Figured it would help. Id like to get some kind of biology degree with a focus on Entomlogy. The only school around me's entomology program is in the Agriculture department, and Unless I decide to pursue apiculture, ag doesn't really interest me. Until Then, I am working on my undergraduate studies! Just another busy student.nepenthes Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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