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Stag beetle, rhinoceros beetle and European Featured Rhinoceros Beetle Image

Stag beetle, rhinoceros beetle and European

Stag beetle, rhinoceros beetle and European rhinoceros beetle.. Stag beetle, Lucanus cervus, male 1, female 2, eggs deposited in rotten oak a, 4-year-old larva b, nymph c, rhinoceros beetle, Megasoma actaeon Scarabaeus actaeon 3, 4, and European rhinoceros beetle, Oryctes nasicornis 5, 6. Handcolored copperplate engraving from Friedrich Bertuch's Bilderbuch fur Kinder (Picture Book for Children), Weimar, 1798

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Beetles, chromolithograph, published in 1897 Featured Rhinoceros Beetle Image

Beetles, chromolithograph, published in 1897

Beetles, 1st row: Darkling beetle (Blaps mortisaga); Spanish fly (Lytta vesicatoria, or Cantharis vesicatria); Rose chafer (Cetonia aurata); Glow worm (Lampyris splendidula), male (left) and female (right); Apple blossom weevil (Anthonomus pomorum); Alder leaf beetle (Agelastica alni); Flatheaded pine borer (Chalcophora mariana). 2nd row: Headlight Elater (Pyrophorus noctilucus); Lined Click Beetle (Agriotes lineatus, or Agriotes segetis); Staphylinus erythropterus; Pea weevil (Bruchus pisorum, or Bruchus pisi); Bean weevil (Acanthoscelides obtectus, or Bruchus rufimagnus) with magnified head (top); Seed beetle (Bruchus atomarius, or Bruchus granarius); Cabbage-stem flea beetle (Psylliodes chrysocephala); Green tiger beetle (Cicindela campestris); Carabus hortensis. 3rd row: Cockchafer, or May bug (Melontha vulgaris) with larva and pupa (right); Dytiscus marginalis with larva (1); Hydroporus elegans (2); Peltodytes caesus, or Cnemidotus caesus (3); Hydrous caraboides (larva, 4) Anisoplia villosa (or Anisoplia fruticola); Bark beetle (Hylesinus piniperda). 4th row: European rhinoceros beetle (Oryctes nasicornis); Burying beetle (Nicrophorus vespillo, or Necrophorus vespillo); European oil beetle (Meloe variegatus); Zabrus tenebrioides (or Zabrus gibbus); Death Watch Beetle (Xestobium rufovillosum, or Anobium tessellatum); Longhorn beetle (Saperda carcharias); Sacred scarab (Scarabaeus sacer, or Ateuchus sacer). Chromolithograph, published in 1897

Mammoth wasp (Megascolia maculata) Featured Rhinoceros Beetle Image

Mammoth wasp (Megascolia maculata)

Mammoth wasp (Megascolia maculata) female on a Bramble stem. Female Mammoth wasps can grow to 6 cm long. They are parasites of European rhinoceros beetle larvae: they lay an egg in a larva's outer skin and when the egg hatches the wasp larva will feed on its host. Maures Mountains, Var, southeastern France

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