Fighting Stag Beetle in Frame (Hexarthrius parryi paradoxus)
Hexarthrius parryi, the Fighting Giant Stag Beetle, is a species of large stag beetles. Males have long jaws directed downward from the base, with bifurcated tips and a large yellow or bright orange patch occupying the posterior three-quarters of each elytron.
Eggs are laid into rotten wood, sometimes into tunnels made by the females. Larvae feed on rotten wood. They become a pupa in the about 6-9 months. Adults emerge in about one month after pupation. Life of adults last about 6-8 months and feed on sap and fruits
Hexarthrius parryi can reach a length of about 4090 millimetres (1.63.5 in) in males, of about 4054 millimetres (1.62.1 in) in females (length from the tip of the jaw to wing tip).
Species: Hexarthrius parryi paradoxus
Frame: 7” x 9” with Glass
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|Dimensions||26 x 21 x 4.5 cm|