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Image of a female Rhinoceros beetle one of the largest of beetles which is distinguishable by not having the large  horn of the males which are used for jousting other males. The giant hand sized larvae live in soil and feed on rotting logs or decaying plant matter. A new species for the Conservation Area.

 

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