JunkaiWangisme Posted May 4, 2020 Report Share Posted May 4, 2020 Being browsing this forum for a while so I thought I would introduce myself I currently live in Michigan and will be going to U of M this fall. I have been into bugs since I am four, and I work with an entomology professor at MSU over the summer (bark beetles). You can check out my website www.ofbugsandart.com for my collection (quite a few hundreds of beetles if I'd say so myself, a lot of them from bark beetle funnel traps, and the specimens would have been discarded if not taken and pinned by me). I have published one new species of bark beetle last summer (Immanus virago) with the help of the MSU professor I work with and will be working with some other wood boring beetles this May. I grew up in China (until 14), so I had experiences with Dorcus titanus and D.hercules and many many more (over a dozen stag species, 5 or so rhino species), and I am looking to get into the hobby here. Please offer any tips etc about local species as well as collecting. Hope to see you all! Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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