Chalcosoma Caucus Three Horned Rhino and Eupatorus Gracilicornis 5 Horned Rhino Beetle In Frame
Chalcosoma Caucus Three Horned Rhino and Eupatorus Gracilicornis 5 Horned Rhino Beetle in Large Frame
Chalcosoma caucasus males can reach a length of 90–130 millimetres, while females grow to 50-60mm. Caucasus beetles are the largest of the genus Chalcosoma and one of Asia's largest beetles. They have a striking sexual dimorphism. The males have specialised enormous, curved horns on the head and thorax that they use to fight with each other to gain mating rights with females.
Eupatorus gracilicornis, the five-horned rhinoceros beetle is a beetle that has four large horns on the prothorax and one extra-long cephalic horn. Rhinoceros beetles, the Dynastinae, are a subfamily of the scarab beetle family.