Valid name:

Mecynorhina (Mecynorrhinella) torquata ugandensis Moser, 1907

Synonyms:

Mecynorhina ugandensis Moser, 1907; Mecynorrhina machulkai Carpenter, 1935; Mecynorrhina machulkai knirschi Carpenter, 1935; Mecynorrhina machulkai kuntzeni Carpenter, 1935; Mecynorrhina machulkai maculithorax Carpenter, 1935; Mecynorrhina machulkai nickerli Carpenter, 1935; Mecynorrhina machulkai obenbergeri Carpenter, 1935; Mecynorrhina machulkai olivacea Carpenter, 1935; Mecynorrhina machulkai purkynei Carpenter, 1935; Mecynorrhina machulkai schwarzenbergi Carpenter, 1935; Mecynorrhina machulkai simplex Carpenter, 1935; Mecynorrhina machulkai transiens Carpenter, 1935

Size : 50 – 85 mm
Origin : Uganda
Temperature : 18-25 ° C
Humidity : medium
Substrate moisture : medium
Length of development : 10-12 months
Food for adults : sweet ripe fruit, BeetleJelly
Food for larvae : a mixture of rotting wood and foliage or Flake Soil
Special requirements: The larvae must be kept individually until the third stage. To reach large adults, the larvae must still have enough fresh substrate and must be fed animal protein (Gammarus, dried silkworm pupae, dead insects)
Difficulty of breeding : low