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A sun beetle (Pachnoda savignyi) at Parco Natura Viva in Bussolengo, Italy.

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Sun beetles (Pachnoda savignyi) at Parco Natura Viva in Bussolengo, Italy.

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Darkling Beetle (Eleodes obscurus) at the Loveland Living Planet Aquarium in Draper, UT.

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Darkling Beetle (Eleodes obscurus) at the Loveland Living Planet Aquarium in Draper, UT.

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Scarab beetle (Carabus hortensis) at the Plzen Zoo in the Czech Republic.

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Scarab Beetle (Carabus hortensis) at the Plzen Zoo in the Czech Republic.

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Virginia metallic tiger beetle (Tetracha virginica) caught in the Tide Swamp Unit of Big Bend Wildlife Management Area.

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Virginia metallic tiger beetle (Tetracha virginica) caught in the Tide Swamp Unit of Big Bend Wildlife Management Area.

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Virginia metallic tiger beetle (Tetracha virginica) caught in the Tide Swamp Unit of Big Bend Wildlife Management Area.

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Harlequin flower beetle (Gymnetis caseyi) at the Houston Zoo.

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Two harlequin flower beetles (Gymnetis caseyi) at the Houston Zoo.

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A female Elephant beetle (Megasoma elephas elephas) at the Houston Zoo.

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A female Elephant beetle (Megasoma elephas elephas) at the Houston Zoo.

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A female rainbow stag beetle (Phalacrognathus muelleri) at the Houston Zoo.

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A male rainbow stag beetle (Phalacrognathus muelleri) at the Houston Zoo.

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A male and a female rainbow stag beetle (Phalacrognathus muelleri) at the Houston Zoo. The male is larger with huge mandibles out front.

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A male rainbow stag beetle, Phalacrognathus muelleri, at the Houston Zoo. The male is larger with huge mandibles out front.

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A male and a female rainbow stag beetle, Phalacrognathus muelleri, at the Houston Zoo. The male is larger with huge mandibles out front.

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A darkling beetle (Eleodes armata) at the Houston Zoo.

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Harlequin flower beetle (Gymnetis caseyi) at the Houston Zoo.

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Critically endangered (IUCN) and federally endangered American burying beetles (Nicrophorus americanus) at the St. Louis Zoo.

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Critically endangered (IUCN) and federally endangered American burying beetle (Nicrophorus americanus) at the St. Louis Zoo.

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Critically endangered (IUCN) and federally endangered American burying beetles (Nicrophorus americanus) at the St. Louis Zoo.

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A rainbow scarab (Phanaeus vindex) with parasites riding on its neck, at the Houston Zoo.

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Common burying beetle (Nicrophorus marginatus) at the St. Louis Zoo.

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Long-legged dung beetle (Deltochilum gibbosum)
at the St. Louis Zoo. This dung beetle is covered with dwarf zebu cattle feces.

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Long-legged dung beetle (Deltochilum gibbosum)
at the St. Louis Zoo. This dung beetle is covered with dwarf zebu cattle feces.

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Hide beetle (Dermestes maculatus) at the St. Louis Zoo.

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Iron clad beetle (Cryptoglossa variolosa) at the Saint Louis Zoo.

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Iron clad beetle (Cryptoglossa variolosa) at the Saint Louis Zoo.

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The larvae of a red-backed darkling beetle or false wireworm (Eleodes suturalis) at the St. Louis Zoo.

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the larvae of a red-backed darkling beetle or false wireworm (Eleodes suturalis) at the St. Louis Zoo.

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A darkling beetle (Zophobas morio) at the St. Louis Zoo.

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A darkling beetle (Zophobas morio) at the St. Louis Zoo.

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