Fede_3D Posted October 5, 2010 Report Share Posted October 5, 2010 Hello to all, I´m a joung breeder from Spain, It´s my hobby and not my job, but I love the beetles, I have around 200 dried specimens in my collection, and now I want to learn to breed my own beetles, I have in culture about 20 species of stick insects, so feel free to ask me anything on them. To begin the last week I get two larvae of Oryctes nasicornis grypus, from the wild, and I began to make their soil, but all the info that I got from google is about Dynastidae, cetonidae, or even lucanidae, but nothing about Orictes sp, and this species is well speaded over the world; so, Can they eat any type of wood?, what should be the best mixture between wood and rotten leaves that I must provide to my beetles? Best regards!, Fede_3D. Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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