PowerHobo Posted January 15, 2018 Report Share Posted January 15, 2018 I've been lurking on here for a while as a guest, and posting here a lot since I joined up. As an adult who's not super hip to finding information on the internet trying to pick back up a hobby that I haven't dabbled in since I was a kid, and even then not seriously at all, this forum has been amazing. The reason this forum is amazing is its members, and I wanted to just take a moment to say: thank you, members of BeetleForum, for being so welcoming, informative, and helpful. I also just wanted to open this up to some sillier questions and curiosities that aren't really related to needing help. Please feel free add and answer! I'll kick it off with one I've been wondering: what species has the bitey-est larvae from your experiences? For me, it's Chrysina gloriosa. Mine are certifiable a-holes. Where as my other scarab larvae will curl up defensively when touched, my C gloriosa immediately turn and try to bite. In fact, I kind of hate digging through their substrate to check on them and/or refresh every few weeks, because it's not at all uncommon for me to find them by getting bitten. They don't draw blood, but they just give a pretty good pinch and hang on. Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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