Accepted name

Inca clathratus sommeri Westwood, 1844

Synonyms:
Inca sommeri Westwood, 1844; Inca clathrata sommeri Westwood, 1844

Inca clathratus sommeri
Inca clathratus sommeri
Size: 40 – 50 mm
Origin: Belize, Guatemala, Mexico, Nicaragua, Panama, Colombia, Ecuador, Costa Rica, Honduras
Temperature: 18 – 25°C
Air humidity: medium
Substrte moisture: medium
Food for adults: sweet ripe fruits, BeetleJelly
Food for larvae: mixture of leaf compost and decayed wood, Flake Soil; the larvae also eat pine wood (Pinus sp.)
Special requirements: larvae build their pupal cells in layer of loam