A special feature is that males always die almost immediately after the completion of the fertilization process. Females also die after laying eggs deep in the ground.
It is generally accepted that there are four stages of development of any May beetle: from an egg to an adult, there are two more stages: the larva, which was mentioned above, and the pupa. In total, insects live no more than four years.
We most often see insects of black or red color. However, it is quite possible to meet some unusual species.
For example, the May beetle, which is called white, has an unusual color of shell. Experts also call this type of beetle marble.
May beetle, which is more than one year old, often chooses barren trees for food.