- Trypoxylus dichotomus male adults have exaggerated horns on the head and prothorax, whereas females do not have these structures. The head horn is shaped like a plow with a long stalk, and bifurcated twice at the distal tip, while the prothoracic horn is shorter than the head horn, and bifurcated once at the distal tip.
Feeding: The preferred foods are tree saps, fruits and anything sugary.
Origin: South China
- Male: 6 – 8 cm
- Female: 6 – 8 cm
- Temperature: 23 – 25℃
Feed: Beetle jelly: https://www.myhomenature.com/collections/mantis/products/beetle-jelly