Japanese Rhino Beetle

Image of a Japanese Rhinoceros Beetle

Allomyrina Dichotoma

Linnaeus, 1771

The japanese rhinoceros beetle has a dark brown or reddish brown body. The male has a horn on the forehead while females have no horns. It lives in forests during summer and eats the sap out of oak trees. It is attracted to the lamplight at night.

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