RMCR9C24–Collection of insects, moths, butterflies, beetles from around the world, the University Museum of Natural History, Oxford
RM2NH9052–Great Diving Beetles. A large male Dytiscus marginalis is shown underwater, with its larva to the immediate right. Flying above is a female Dytiscus marginalis. Illustration from Insects at home; being a popular account of insects, their structure, habits and transformations (1872) by John George Wood. Colorized.
RMD3KJTN–Dung beetles, Tsavo East National Park, Kenya
RMT8F1WK–Coccinellidae, commonly known as ladybugs, ladybirds, or luckybirds, are a family of beetles. Head close-up
RFJ1WK7K–Mating fruit chafer beetles sitting on a plant, South Africa
RMBEN1KB–Harlequin ladybirds / Asian lady beetles / Multicolored Asian lady beetles mating on leaf, Belgium
RMKT8J45–Malthinus seriepunctatus paired mating Soldier Beetles. Sussex, UK