Accepted name:

Anisorrhina flavomaculata (Fabricius, 1798)

Cetonia flavomaculata Fabricius, 1798; Cetonia interrogationis Thunberg, 1818; Genyodonta flavomaculata holubi Schoch, 1895; Heterorhina (Genyodonta) egregia Boheman, 1857; Melolontha bisignata Herbst, 1790; Scarabaeus bimaculatus Degeer, 1778

Anisorhina laeviplaga
Anisorhina laeviplaga

Size: 23 – 29 mm
Origin: JAR
Temperature: 15 – 26 ° C
Humidity: medium
Substrate humidity: medium to low
Development time: 9 – 15 months
Adult food: sweet fruit, BeetleJelly
Food for larvae: garden compost, oak or beech leaf
Special requirements: for successful development and a rich laying of eggs, it is good to keep large larvae for 1-2 months at temperatures of 15-18 ° C. After being transferred to the heat, they then pupate and in another 1-3 months, the imagoes hatch.
Breeding difficulty: relatively easy

Other known species:

 Anisorrhina (Melinesthes) algoensis (Westwood, 1842)
Anisorrhina (Melinesthes) conradsi (Schauer, 1935)
Anisorrhina (Melinesthes) elongata (Bates, 1881)
Anisorrhina (Melinesthes) exilis Janson, 1885
Anisorrhina (Melinesthes) jocquei (Allard, 1988)
Anisorrhina (Melinesthes) manowensis (Schürhoff, 1933)
Anisorrhina (Melinesthes) murphyi (Allard, 1988)
Anisorrhina (Melinesthes) roggemani (Krikken, 1987)
Anisorrhina (Melinesthes) scheini Basilewsky, 1956
Anisorrhina (Melinesthes) soror (Kraatz, 1891)
Anisorrhina (Melinesthes) touroulti Antoine, 2009
Anisorrhina (Melinesthes) umbonata (Gory & Percheron, 1833)
Anisorrhina bouyeri Antoine, 2000
Anisorrhina flavomaculata (Fabricius, 1798)
Anisorrhina flavoplagiata (Moser, 1919)
Anisorrhina hassoni Antoine, 2000
Anisorrhina laevicauda (Bates, 1881)
Anisorrhina laeviplaga (Raffray, 1877)
Anisorrhina palliata (Gerstaecker, 1884)
Anisorrhina serripes (Janson, 1885)


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