• This specie is rare with low supply, we only source when we have received full payment. In case we are not able to supply later, you will get a full refund at any time.
    For live animals, we do our best to determine gender but cannot make any guarantee.


  • Derby’s flower beetle (Dicronorrhina derbyana) is a sub-Saharan species of flower chafer.
  • Derby’s flower beetles are sexually dimorphic with males possessing a “T”-shaped horn on their forehead, which is used to fight other males.


  • Like other flower chafers adult D. derbyana feed mainly on fruit and tree sap, and larvae live in the soil and feed on decaying vegetable matter.

Size: Male:About 5 cm     Female: 3 – 4 cm

Country of Origin: Africa

Temperature: 20 – 30 Degree C

Feed: Beetle jelly:

Habitat: Sawdust: