Accepted name: 

Fornasinius fornasini Bertoloni, 1852

Fornasinius funereus Burgeon, 1937; Fornasinius hauseri Kraatz, 1896; Fornasinius hirthi Preiss, 1904; Fornasinius infradentata Kolbe, 1913; Fornasinius insignis Bertoloni, 1852; Fornasinius mixta Kolbe, 1913; Fornasinius paradoxa Kolbe, 1913; Fornasinius pauxilla Kolbe, 1913; Fornasinius transitiva Kolbe, 1913; Fornasinius westwoodi Kraatz, 1896; Goliathinus aureosparsus Neervoort Van De Poll, 1890; Goliathinus wisei Heath, 1900; Mycteroplus proboscideusFairmaire, 1903
Fornasinius fornasini
Fornasinius fornasini
Size: 40 – 60 mm
Origin: Central and East Africa
Temperature: 18 – 26°C
Air humidity: medium to high
Substrate moisture: medium to low, in pupa stage dry
Development time: 10 months
Food for adults: banana, pear, apple, BeetleJelly
Food for larvae: mixture of white decayed wood and leaf compost 1:1 or flake soil; additional protein supplement is required
Special needs: keep larvae singly, additional protein supplement is required; larvae build their pupal cells in dry sandy-clay substrate in minimal layer 20 – 30cm
Other known species of the genera Fornasinius:
Fornasinius aureosparsa (Neervoort Van De Poll, 1890)
Fornasinius hauseri Kraatz, 1896
Fornasinius hermes De Palma & Di Gennaro, 2017
Fornasinius higginsi (Westwood, 1874)
Fornasinius klingbeili Zöller, Fiebig & Schulze, 1995
Fornasinius polydorus De Palma, 2018
Fornasinius russus (Kolbe, 1884)
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