Sago worms have a plump, yellowy-cream body with a soft-ridged texture and a hard-shelled head. On close examination the body can be seen to be covered by fine hair.
Sago Delight, Kadazan or Fried Sago Worms is a speciality in Malaysia, although versions of this dish can be found in many Southeast Asian countries and Papua New Guinea. The sago worm also can be found in other starch-bearing palms such as the Pantu palm and Aping palm found in the interior of Borneo. It is regarded as a special high-nutrient delicacy among most Sarawak tribes such as the Melanau.
Vertical Stratification and Microhabitat Selection by the Great Capricorn Beetle (Cerambyx Cerdo) (Coleoptera: Cerambycidae) in Open-Grown, Veteran Oaks
Oct 05, 2012; Key words. Cerambycidae, Cerambyx cerdo, dead wood, NATURA 2000, Quercus, saproxylic, longhorned beetle, xylophagous, woodland...
An 'extinct' giant capricorn beetle endowed with ten-centimetre-long antennae has been discovered in a carpenter's workshop in Llanelli, south Wales.(Worldwatch)
Sep 01, 2006; [ILLUSTRATION OMITTED] Caption: An 'extinct' giant capricorn beetle endowed with ten-centimetre-long antennae has been discovered...