Accepted name: 

Eudicella colmanti Braem, 1907

Synonyms:
Eudicella colmanti edohi Allard, 1991; Eudicella colmanti ivoriensis Devecis, 1997
Eudicella colmanti
Eudicella colmanti
Size: 30 – 50  mm
Distribution: Central African Republic, Ivory Coast, Togo, Republic Democratic Congo, Benin
Temperature: 25 – 30°C
Air humidity: medium to high
Substrate moisture: medium
Duration of development: 6 – 8 months
Food for adults: Pear, Apple, Bannana, BeetleJelly
Food for larvae: compost from beech and/or oak leaves
Special claims: nothing
Breeding difficulty: fairly easy