Resale Value: 250
This strangely shaped beetle can survive freezing temperatures of -37 F, in its adult and larvae form! They can often be found burrowed at the base of trees, as wood is their main source of food. They both benefit and harm the environment, as their development within wood creates nutrient cycling but also makes way for harmful fungus. Male Pine Sawyer Beetles antennas can be 3 times the size of their body while female are, on average, about 1.5 times their body. Not much else is known about this species.