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Nice looking Rhinoceros Beetles. About once a week we get one crash landing outside the office. They display some sexual dimorphism, making it easy for us to tell you this one's a male. The 'horns' are used by the males to battle over females. Anyone know which one this is?
Just below a forest reserve on the Western slopes, Ecuador.
They are terrible at flying. Really awful.
Spotted on Nov 15, 2011
Submitted on Nov 15, 2011