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  1. Invert Care Sheets
    Sun beetles are among the easiest beetle species to keep. Bright and active, they can make entertaining display animals or can be bred as feeders. Lifespan Adult beetles generally live anywhere from 2 to 6 months. Housing Adult sun beetles can be kept in glass or plastic tanks, and will do...
  2. Invert Classifieds
    For sale I have some Pachnoda Marginata Peregrina Beetles. These are commonly thought of as the easiest beetles to keep and are idea as a starter beetle for new enthusiasts, this is due to their developmental time being short, rearing easy and their vivid yellow colour. These have been fed...
  3. Invert Classifieds
    For sale please see my listing below : victory: pachnoda marginata sun beetles fruit chafer live food not cockroaches | eBay
  4. Spiders and Inverts
    Observed strange behaviour yesterday of one beetle towards another. Have only ever seen the normal interactions such as clambering over each other, mating and some fighting for the females but I actually saw one licking the back of another as if it was a piece of fruit. These are pachnoda...
  5. Feeder
    i found the smooshed remains of a sun beetle Pachnoda marginata yesterday and i herd it was used as live food, or atleast its grubs are. i live in dundee, fife in scotland though i frequently visit canterbury, kent. i was wondering if anyone knew any suppliers local to one of thoes areas or a...
  6. Spiders and Inverts
    Hi Need some info can i keep 2 females and one male in a tall sweet jar with 6 inch substrate or are these containers not wide enough they are about 30mm tall and diameter is 150mm. Also any one selling beetles or larva soon or want to exchange for chinese mantis 1st instar nymphs?
  7. Spiders and Inverts
    Hi I am looking for advice on the male to female ratio for the Pachnoda marginata peregrina as with some beetles i read one male to 3 females and wondered if its better to have one male to one female for better numbers of larva? Also if i have one pair per container will they be ok in a tall...
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