Accepted name:

Dicronorrhina derbyana conradsi Kolbe, 1909

Synonyms of the subspecies:

Dicronorhina bimaculata Csiki, 1909; Dicronorhina fasciata Kriesche, 1920; Dicronorhina schiratica Kriesche, 1920; Dicronorhina vittata Kolbe, 1909

Size: 30 – 40 mm
Origin: Kenya, Tanzania
Temperature: 20-26°C
Air Humidity: medium
Substrate Moisture: medium to  low
Development time: 7 -10 months
Food for adults: fruits, BeetleJelly
Food for larvae: mixture of leaf compost and white decayed wood
Special claims: –
Breeding difficulty: easy
Accepted names of the other subspecies:
Dicronorrhina derbyana carnifex Harold, 1878
Dicronorrhina derbyana conradsi Kolbe, 1909
Dicronorrhina derbyana lettowvorbecki Kriesche, 1920
Dicronorrhina derbyana oberthueri Deyrolle, 1876
Other known species:
Dicronorrhina cavifrons
Dicronorrhina johnstoni
Dicronorrhina micans
Dicronorrhina morettoi
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