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Allomyrrhina dichotoma

go to A. dichotoma malego to A. dichotoma pupas Allomyrrhina dichotoma has been captive bred for over 40 years in Asian countries such as Japan and China. The male imagos have the most intricate horn formation of all the dynastidae. A. dichotoma females lay ova in crumbled rotten wood and larvae hatch out in about 3 weeks. go to A. dichotoma larvaeThese Larvae grow quickly and prefer a diet of mostly rotten wood. Although a large beetle, A. dichotoma rhinos take 1 year or less to complete their life cycle.

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