Most customers begin by purchasing a single Male adult, usually a large specimen as they are the most impressive. After a few months looking after and showing their 6 legged friend they begin to think about breeding their own Rhinobeetles - this is not complex and requires very little equipment but there are several key issues that need to be remembered:
Sexing adults is easy, the female beetle is always the "plainer" one and only the males has the charactersitic horns of a Rhinobeetle. However if you buy larvae to mature and then breed from it is a bit of a lottery (unless they are L3 larvae). Even experienced breeders find it very hard to tell if you have a male larva or a female larva untill the larvae is in its final stage. If you are planning on buying young L1-L2 larvae The answer is to buy quite a few more than you initially need, so that you ensure you get both sexes.
We can provide in depth caresheets on breeding each species as well as providing feedback via email to any questions you may have, also please note that breeeding your adults can reduce their adult lifespan so it is wise to keep the male and female seperate apart from when you are breeding them if you want to get the most ammount of time with your adult beetles.