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12 females of Lucanus placidus in a single night (with one male). This year seems very interesting so far.

I've only collected 1-2 specimens of Lucanus placidus each year from 2017 to 2020, but I collected over 30 specimens this year from one location.
Even more: 12 females with one male in one single night.

P.S. I don't have those anymore as I already sent out to my colleagues here and there, don't have enough males, so I don't have any pairs to offer. sorry, don't send me dm :(

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