|Cacostomus squamosus, adult|
Cacostomus squamosus is a beetle of the Lucanidae family found in Australia. It is a diurnal species reaching a length up to 25 mm in males; it occurs on flowers in the eastern coastal forests of Australia. Its larvae, like those of most species of stag beetles, live in decaying wood.
- Hangay, George; A Guide to the Beetles of Australia pp76
- Cacostomus squamosus Australian Faunal Directory
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