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UK Nature > Beetles

Amara aenea
Common Sun Beetle

Athous haemorrhoidalis
Click Beetle

Barynotus moerens
Broad-nosed Weevil

Byturus ochraceus
Pollen Beetle

Cantharis nigricans
Soldier Beetle

Cantharis pellucida
Soldier Beetle

Cantharis rustica
Soldier Beetle

Carabus violaceus
Violet Ground Beetle

Cassida vibex
Tortoise Beetle

Cetonia aurata
Rose Chafer

Chrysolina fastuosa
Dead-nettle Leaf Beetle

Cicindela campestris
Green Tiger Beetle

Clytus arietis
Wasp Beetle

Crepidodera aurea
Flea Beetle

Curtonotus aulicus
Ground Beetle

Gastrophysa viridula
Green Dock Beetle

Hedobia imperialis
Wood-boring Beetle

Hoplia philanthus
Welsh Chafer

Lagria hirta
Darkling Beetle

Lilioceris lilii
Scarlet Lily Beetle

Malachius bipustulatus
Malachite Beetle

Meligethes aeneus
Pollen Beetle

Melolontha melolontha
Common Cockchafer

Metoecus paradoxus
Wasp Nest Beetle

Oedemera nobilis
Swollen-thigh Beetle

Phyllobius pomaceus
Green Nettle Weevil

Phyllopertha horticola
Garden Chafer

Pterostichus madidus
Black Clock Beetle

Pyrochroa serraticornis
Cardinal Beetle

Rhagonycha fulva
Common Red
Soldier Beetle

Rutpela maculata
Longhorn Beetle

Sciaphilus asperatus
Strawberry Root Weevil

Sphaeroderma testaceum
Flea Beetle

Tenebrio molitor
Yellow Mealworm Beetle

Trichius fasciatus
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