Mecynorhina polyphemus confluens L2


L2 larvae of M.p.confluens

please read full description for info and rearing recommendations

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Look: dark green body with cream pattern. golden wings. males have a fork shaped horn.

size: 40 to 80 mm

Natural habitat: Cameroon

These larvae were captive bred in Belgium

Food imago: ripe fruits, beetle jelly, occasional bee pollen

temp/hygro: 20°C-30°C/70%-90%

Food larva: oak or beech peat / compost soil with white rotten wood from oak or beech / flake soil

communal or individual rearing: I prefer individual containers of 2 litres per larva. Yet communal rearing is possible with regular protein supplements as of L2/L3 and lots of white rotten wood.


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