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This listing is for a single unsexed Chrysina beyeri beetle LARVA. We don’t normally carry this species on a yearly basis. Larvae are the immature stage of the beetle, sometimes called grubs (think caterpillar stage of the butterfly). The larvae live in and feed on hardwood beetle substrate. They are shipped in very small cup of this substrate that they can live in for at least a couple weeks. You will want to source more decayed oak wood material rather quickly (also sold in related products section below as oak flake soil). A care book is also available in the links below.

It is recommended that as they get close to pupating at the end of the 3rd larval instar, you offer an inch or so of clay based substrate below the oak substrate. This species prefers to pupate in a clay-based substrate, though clay itself is not a proper food-substrate for them.

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