Enema pan, more commonly known as the rhinoceros beetle, was studied by three researchers in Peru. This beetle is biologically interesting in that it thrives inside the dense forestry of southwestern Amazonia bamboo. Two studies were conducted at two separate locations. Both locations included sampling of bamboo and terra firma forests. The first study was conducted at the Los Amigos Research Center in 2006 and 2007. The second study was conducted during March and April of 2008 at the Tambopata Research Station.
The results of the study confirm that Enema pan is more abundant in bamboo forests. It details precise behavior of this beetle.Observations on the life history of Enema pan