Accepted name 

Goliathus goliatus (Linnaeus, 1771)

Goliathus adspersus Sjöstedt, 1928; Goliathus africanus Lamarck, 1801; Goliathus albatus Kraatz, 1897;Goliathus albipennis Endrödi, 1960; Goliathus albovariegatus Sjöstedt, 1928; Goliathus apicalis Kraatz, 1895; Goliathus confluens Kraatz, 1897; Goliathus confluens Sjöstedt, 1928; Goliathus conjunctivittis Kraatz, 1898; Goliathus connectens Csiki, 1904; Goliathus conspersus Kraatz, 1889; Goliathus curtivittis Kraatz, 1898; Goliathus druryi MacLeay, 1838; Goliathus giganteus Lamarck, 1817; Goliathus goliath Sulzer, 1776; Goliathus goliathus Goeze, 1777; Goliathus grandis Veen, 1904;Goliathus guttatus Endrödi, 1960; Goliathus hieroglyphicus Sjöstedt, 1928; Goliathus imperialis Klug, 1835; Goliathus intermedius Kraatz, 1895; Goliathus interruptus Kraatz, 1897; Goliathus longivittis Kraatz, 1898; Goliathus magnus Duncan, 1835; Goliathus marginatus Kraatz, 1889; Goliathus marginifer Kraatz, 1889; Goliathus nigripes Kraatz, 1895; Goliathus palmatus Endrödi, 1960; Goliathus quadrimaculatus Kraatz, 1895; Goliathus striatus Sjöstedt, 1928; Goliathus trivittatusEndrödi, 1960; Goliathus undulatus Kraatz, 1897; Goliathus undulus Sjöstedt, 1928; Goliathus vittiger Endrödi, 1960
Názvy jako conspersusalbatusquadrimaculatusani a další, které se často používají, nejsou platnými názvy ani na úrovni poddruhu. Jedná se pouze o barevné formy G. goliatus (Linnaeus, 1771).
Goliathus goliatus
Goliathus goliatus

Size: 50 – 110 mm
Origin: Cameroon, Central African Republic, Congo, Gabon, Kenya, Nigeria, Tanzania and Uganda
Temperature: 15-25 ° C
Air humidity: medium to high
Substrate moisture: Medium, low at pupa time
Duration of development: 18 – 26 months
Food for adults: sweet fruit, BeetleJelly
Food for larvae: blend of rotten wood and leaf, but preferably fermented sawdust (Flake Soil)
Special requirements: Substrate layer for laying of eggs at least 30 cm. Press the lower 1/3 of the substrate layer and keep moisture. Larvae must be reared individually. They require animal protein feed. They pupate in a high layer of a dry sand-clay mixture.
Difficulty of breeding: medium to high

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