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UK Nature > Beetles

Bee Beetle
Trichius fasciatus

Black Clock Beetle
Pterostichus madidus

Cardinal Beetle
Pyrochroa serraticornis

Click Beetle
Athous haemorrhoidalis

Common Cockchafer
Melolontha melolontha

Common Red
Soldier Beetle
Rhagonycha fulva

Common
Sun Beetle
Amara aenea

Darkling Beetle
Lagria hirta

Dead-nettle
Leaf Beetle
Chrysolina fastuosa

Flea Beetle
Crepidodera aurea

Garden Chafer
Phyllopertha horticola

Green Dock Beetle
Gastrophysa viridula

Green Tiger Beetle
Cicindela campestris

Green Nettle Weevil
Phyllobius pomaceus

Ground Beetle
Curtonotus aulicus

Longhorn Beetle
Rutpela maculata

Malachite Beetle
Malachius bipustulatus

Pollen Beetle
Byturus ochraceus

Pollen Beetle
Meligethes aeneus

Scarlet Lily Beetle
Lilioceris lilii

Soldier Beetle
Cantharis nigricans

Soldier Beetle
Cantharis pellucida

Soldier Beetle
Cantharis rustica

Strawberry
Root Weevil
Sciaphilus asperatus

Swollen-thigh
Beetle
Oedemera nobilis

Tortoise Beetle
Cassida vibex

Violet Ground Beetle
Carabus violaceus

Wasp Beetle
Clytus arietis

Wasp Nest Beetle
Metoecus paradoxus

Welsh Chafer
Hoplia philanthus

Wood-boring Beetle
Hedobia imperialis

Yellow Mealworm Beetle
Tenebrio molitor


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