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I love a post on the details of a rarely kept species!

 

I see they are a type of rhino beetle! I'm curious whether there is any sexual dimorphism in this species?? What is the length of your female, and how big are the ova?

 

It would be interesting to see more photos of this beetle's life cycle and info. updates in the future!

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I love a post on the details of a rarely kept species!

 

I see they are a type of rhino beetle! I'm curious whether there is any sexual dimorphism in this species?? What is the length of your female, and how big are the ova?

 

It would be interesting to see more photos of this beetle's life cycle and info. updates in the future!

 

Males are more slander than females. Also, males have enlarged inner tarsal claws to grasp on females.

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