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A longhorn beetle (Moechotypa marmorea( from the wild at the Endangered Primate Rescue Center in Cuc Phuong National Park, Vietnam.

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A longhorn beetle (Moechotypa marmorea( from the wild at the Endangered Primate Rescue Center in Cuc Phuong National Park, Vietnam.

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A sunburst diving beetle (Thermonectus marmoratus) at the LA Zoo.

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A sunburst diving beetle (Thermonectus marmoratus) at the LA Zoo.

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No-spotted ladybug, Cycloneda sanguinea, collected in the wild near Salt Lake City, Utah.

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No-spotted ladybug, Cycloneda sanguinea, collected in the wild near Salt Lake City, Utah.

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A blue-margined ground beetle (Pasimachus marginatus) at the Dallas Zoo.

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Blue-margined ground beetle (Pasimachus marginatus) at the Dallas Zoo.

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A Rainbow scarab (Phanaeus difformis), a type of North American dung beetle, at the Dallas Zoo.

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A Rainbow scarab (Phanaeus difformis), a type of North American dung beetle at the Dallas Zoo.

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Haldeman’s iron clad beetles (Zopherus nodulosus haldemani) at the Dallas Zoo.

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A no-spotted ladybug (Cycloneda sanguinea) from the wild in Utah.

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A pleasing fungus beetle (Megalodacne fasciata) at the Insectarium in New Orleans, Louisiana.

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A click beetle (family Elateridae) at the Audubon Zoo in New Orleans, Louisiana.

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A male and a female ox beetle (Strategus aloeus) at the Audubon Zoo in New Orleans, Louisiana.

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A sun beetle (Pachnoda marginata peregrina) at the Omaha Henry Doorly Zoo, Omaha, Nebraska.

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A sun beetle (Pachnoda marginata peregrina) at the Omaha Henry Doorly Zoo, Omaha, Nebraska.

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Two garden fruit chafers (Pachnoda sinuata flaviventris) at the Omaha Henry Doorly Zoo, Omaha, Nebraska.

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The pupal stage of an atlas beetle (Chalcosoma atlas) at the Omaha Henry Doorly Zoo, Omaha, Nebraska.

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A male Atlas beetle (Chalcosoma atlas) at the Omaha Henry Doorly Zoo, Omaha, Nebraska.

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A male Atlas beetle (Chalcosoma atlas) at the Omaha Henry Doorly Zoo, Omaha, Nebraska.

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A blue death feigning beetle (Asboulus verrucosus) at the Omaha Henry Doorly Zoo, Omaha, Nebraska.

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A blue-margined ground beetle (Pasimachus marginatus) at the Dallas Zoo in Dallas, Texas.

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A fiery searcher beetle or catarpiller hunter (Calosoma scrutator) at the Houston Zoo.

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A fiery searcher beetle or catarpiller hunter (Calosoma scrutator) at the Houston Zoo.

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

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

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

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An emerald beetle (Smaragdestes orzini) at the Cincinnati Zoo.

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A magnificent flower beetle (Chelorrhina polyphemus) at the Cincinnati Zoo.

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A tortoise beetle (Aspidomorpha citrina) in Gorongosa National Park. These beetles feed on leaves, and their larvae have an interesting habit of camouflaging themselves with their own feces.

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A tortoise beetle (Aspidomorpha citrina) in Gorongosa National Park. These beetles feed on leaves, and their larvae have an interesting habit of camouflaging themselves with their own feces.

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A tortoise beetle (Aspidomorpha citrina) in Gorongosa National Park. These beetles feed on leaves, and their larvae have an interesting habit of camouflaging themselves with their own feces.

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A whirligig beetle (Dineutes sp.) in the family Gyrinidae collected in Gorongosa National Park. They have compound eyes- divided into lower and upper halves, which give them perfect vision above and below the water surface.

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The federally endangered Salt Creek tiger beetle, Cicindela nevadica lincolniana.

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The federally endangered Salt Creek tiger beetle, Cicindela nevadica lincolniana.

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