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Escarabajo Jirafa  La especie de escarabajo Trachelophorus giraffa pertenece al orden Coleoptera y habita en Madagascar. Esta isla, por su aislamiento geográfico desde hace unos 100 millones de años, posee algunos de los animales más extraños de África. En ella el 80% de las especies son endémicas.   El escarabajo jirafa pertenece a la familia Attelabidae, cuyos miembros son conocidos como gorgojos enrolladores de hojas.

Escarabajo Jirafa La especie de escarabajo Trachelophorus giraffa pertenece al orden Coleoptera y habita en Madagascar. Esta isla, por su aislamiento geográfico desde hace unos 100 millones de años, posee algunos de los animales más extraños de África. En ella el 80% de las especies son endémicas. El escarabajo jirafa pertenece a la familia Attelabidae, cuyos miembros son conocidos como gorgojos enrolladores de hojas.

"The Creator, if He exists, has a special preference for beetles." J. B. S. Haldane

"The Creator, if He exists, has a special preference for beetles." J. B. S. Haldane

Fiddler Beetle: The Fiddler Beetle or Rose Chafer (Eupoecila australasiae) is a dark brown scarab beetle with distinctive green or yellow markings in a violin shape. The fiddler beetle measures 15–20 millimetres (0.6–0.8 in) in length. The abdomen is banded black and yellow or green. They are strong fliers and move from tree to tree to feed on nectar. Eggs are laid in rotting logs, or in debris or soil. The larvae eat rotting wood until they mature and pupate there by making a cocoon-like…

Fiddler Beetle: The Fiddler Beetle or Rose Chafer (Eupoecila australasiae) is a dark brown scarab beetle with distinctive green or yellow markings in a violin shape. The fiddler beetle measures 15–20 millimetres (0.6–0.8 in) in length. The abdomen is banded black and yellow or green. They are strong fliers and move from tree to tree to feed on nectar. Eggs are laid in rotting logs, or in debris or soil. The larvae eat rotting wood until they mature and pupate there by making a cocoon-like…

Goliathus is native to Africa tropics and the four inches long body doesn’t sound like too much until you see them. Many people enjoy them as pets, feeding them with a dog food although fruits are their favorite in natural habitat.

Goliathus is native to Africa tropics and the four inches long body doesn’t sound like too much until you see them. Many people enjoy them as pets, feeding them with a dog food although fruits are their favorite in natural habitat.

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Indian Giant Tiger Centipede | ©Rajas Deshpande    (Navi Mumbai, Maharashtra, India) Scolopendra hardwickei (Scolopendridae) is one of the 90 species currently recognized globally in the genus. Particularly, this species is known from India [1]. Scolopendra hardwickei is characterized by alternation between red-colored segments (those with a long tergite) and melanic segments (those with a short termite) [2]. As all members of the family, S. hardwickei bear four ocelli on each side of the…

Indian Giant Tiger Centipede | ©Rajas Deshpande (Navi Mumbai, Maharashtra, India) Scolopendra hardwickei (Scolopendridae) is one of the 90 species currently recognized globally in the genus. Particularly, this species is known from India [1]. Scolopendra hardwickei is characterized by alternation between red-colored segments (those with a long tergite) and melanic segments (those with a short termite) [2]. As all members of the family, S. hardwickei bear four ocelli on each side of the…

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