The Fighting Giant Stag Beetle (Hexarthrius parryi) 80MM+ - TaxidermyArtistry
The Fighting Giant Stag Beetle (Hexarthrius parryi) 80MM+ - TaxidermyArtistry
The Fighting Giant Stag Beetle (Hexarthrius parryi) 80MM+ - TaxidermyArtistry
The Fighting Giant Stag Beetle (Hexarthrius parryi) 80MM+ - TaxidermyArtistry
The Fighting Giant Stag Beetle (Hexarthrius parryi) 80MM+ - TaxidermyArtistry
The Fighting Giant Stag Beetle (Hexarthrius parryi) 80MM+ - TaxidermyArtistry
The Fighting Giant Stag Beetle (Hexarthrius parryi) 80MM+ - TaxidermyArtistry

The Fighting Giant Stag Beetle (Hexarthrius parryi) 80MM+

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Scientifically known as Hexarthrius parryi, the fighting giant stag beetle, is a species of large stag beetles. It belongs to the genus Hexarthrius of the tribe Lucanini. It is classified under the subfamily Lucaninae of the stag beetle family Lucanidae. Hexarthrius parryi can reach a length of about 40–90 millimetres (1.6–3.5 in) in males, of about 40–54 millimetres (1.6–2.1 in) in females (length from the tip of the jaw to wing tip). Some individuals of the Sumatra subspecies (Hexarthrius parryi paradoxus) can reach a length of about 97 millimetres (3.8 in).

Hexarthrius parryi comes ready for display - it is expertly preserved so you can keep it looking as beautiful as when you first received it for years to come. Please handle with care as preserved specimens can be very fragile.

This gorgeous specimen is an excellent piece for any collector/photographer.

Latin Name: Hexarthrius parryi

Quality: A1

Approx. size: The specimen you will receive will be 80MM +

Distribution: This species is present in the forests of Southeast Asia, Indonesia and India.

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Please note:
Photograph size does not indicate the insects' actual size, and colour may vary slightly due to photographic equipment lighting.

Due to the nature of this item, the specimen which you will receive may differ slightly.


Where do we source our specimens?
Our specimens are responsibly sourced from sustainable farming projects and never taken from the wild. Your purchase supports the conservation of wildlife habitats for farmed insects in developing countries. We are committed to ethical sourcing and do not offer any species that are endangered or listed on the CITES (Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species of Wild Fauna and Flora) list.
These species are not protected under any law and are not part of CITES, it is perfectly legal to own this taxidermy specimen.
Sourced in accordance within the Wildlife and Countryside Act 1981.


At TaxidermyArtistry, we specialize in custom mounting projects and are proud to offer our services to those seeking unique and personalized displays. We use the highest quality materials and techniques to create one-of-a-kind pieces that preserve the beauty and intricacies of the natural world.

We have a wealth of experience collaborating with a diverse range of clients, including studios, photographers, and professionals, to bring their projects to life, whether you're looking to commission a piece for personal or professional use, we would be honoured to bring your vision to life. If you are interested in a commission project, please message us.

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