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Darkling beetles (Tenebrionidae)

Overview

An introduction to Darkling Beetles can be found at:

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Darkling_beetle

 

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Adelium sp. (Darkling beetle)

Adelium sp. Max Campbell, Brogo
Adelium sp. Max Campbell, Brogo
Adelium sp. Max Campbell, Brogo
Adelium sp.
Adelium sp.
Adelium sp.

Alleculinae sp. (Subfamily) (Unidentified Comb-clawed beetle)

Amarygmus sp. (A Darkling beetle)

Amarygmus sp.
Amarygmus sp.

Ecnolagria grandis (Darkling Beetle)

Ecnolagria sp. (Unidentified Ecnolagria darkling beetle)

Ecnolagria tomentosa (Darkling beetle)

Homotrysis sp. (Alleculinae (Comb-clawed beetle))

Homotrysis sp.
Homotrysis sp.

Lagriinae sp. (Subfamily) (Unidentified Long-jointed bark beetle)

Lepispilus sp. (Yellow-spotted darkling beetle)

Lepispilus sp. Kerry Vance, Bournda
Lepispilus sp. Max Campbell, Brogo
Lepispilus sp. Max Campbell, Brogo
Lepispilus sp.
Lepispilus sp.
Lepispilus sp.

Promethis sp. (Darkling beetle)

Promethis sp.
Promethis sp.

Tetragonomenes ruficornis (Darkling beetle)

Zophophilus sp. (Darkling beetle)

Zophophilus sp.
Zophophilus sp.
Zophophilus sp.
Zophophilus sp.

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