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Does anybody want to tell what beetles they have currently?

 

I have:

  1. Eleodes longicollis (3 Females)
  2. Eleodes suturalis (1 Male, 3 Females, Lots of larvae)
  3. Bothrotes sp. (5 Females, 5 Males)

Unfortunately my Amblycheila cylindriformis died, and I have not found any eggs from them :(

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Here's what I got at the moment:

 

Alaus melanops (one larva or pupa?)

Alobates pensylvanica

Ampedus sp (two larvae)

cf. Cynaeus angustus

Coelocnemis californica (one male)

Coelus ciliatus

Coniontis sp. "Cottonwood CA"

Edrotes ventricosus

Elateridae sp (one larva)

Elateridae sp (two larvae)

Eleodes clavicornis

Eleodes hispilabris

Eleodes nigrinus (one adult)

Eleodes tribulus

Embaphion cf. contusum

Embaphion muricatum

Eusattus muricatus

Melanotus cf. similis (one larva)

Merecantha contracta

Pasimachus sp. "Arizona" (one adult)

Pyrophorus noctilucus

Tenebrio molitor

Tenebrio obscurus

Tribolium sp

Zenoa picea (one adult)

Zophobas morio

 

Sorry to hear about your Amblycheila, that sucks. :(

 

BTW, any eggs from that Bothrotes female? What is she eating in captivity?

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I haven't seen any eggs or larvae from her yet. I'm trying to feed her dry dog food and dead Honey Locust leaves like I do with the rest of my darklings.

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I haven't seen any eggs or larvae from her yet. I'm trying to feed her dry dog food and dead Honey Locust leaves like I do with the rest of my darklings.

Well keep me updated, I'm very curious on how well the Epitragini would do in culture, hope you can get her to breed!

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  • 2 weeks later...

update: I found a bunch more of these including a couple of males. No larvae yet though :)

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update: I found a bunch more of these including a couple of males. No larvae yet though :)

That's cool! And the female is still alive?

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yes, the original female is still alive. by the way these love fruit :)

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I was checking the substrate of my Bothrotes just now and found several L1 larvae. :) :) :)

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I was checking the substrate of my Bothrotes just now and found several L1 larvae. :) :) :)

Awesome, would LOVE to see what the larvae of that species look like! Hope you can rear them to maturity successfully! :)

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