Copyright: Per Hoffmann Olsen

- Order: Coleoptera

Clerus mutillarius

Category: Clerinae

Details: Clerus mutillarius

Clerus mutillarius (2)

Category: Clerinae

Details: Clerus mutillarius (2)

Thanasimus formicarius

Category: Clerinae

Details: Thanasimus formicarius

Trichodes apiarius

Category: Clerinae

Did you know?:  As the German name Beewolf indicates this beetle is hunting bees. But the connection goes deeper.

Details: Trichodes apiarius

Trichodes apiarius (2)

Category: Clerinae

Details: Trichodes apiarius (2)

Trichodes favarius

Category: Clerinae

Details: Trichodes favarius

Trichodes favarius (2)

Category: Clerinae

Details: Trichodes favarius (2)

Ostoma ferruginea

Category: Peltinae

Details: Ostoma ferruginea

Ostoma ferruginea (2)

Category: Peltinae

Details: Ostoma ferruginea (2)

Tenebroides fuscus

Category: Trogositinae

Details: Tenebroides fuscus

Mezium affine

Category: Gibbiinae

Details: Mezium affine

Mezium affine (2)

Category: Gibbiinae

Details: Mezium affine (2)

Cylindromorphus filum

Category: Agrilinae

Details: Cylindromorphus filum

Cylindromorphus filum (2)

Category: Agrilinae

Details: Cylindromorphus filum (2)

Anthaxia helvetica

Category: Buprestinae

Details: Anthaxia helvetica

Anthaxia helvetica (2)

Category: Buprestinae

Details: Anthaxia helvetica (2)

Anthaxia nitidula

Category: Buprestinae

Details: Anthaxia nitidula

Anthaxia nitidula (2)

Category: Buprestinae

Details: Anthaxia nitidula (2)

Anthaxia nitidula (3)

Category: Buprestinae

Details: Anthaxia nitidula (3)

Anthaxia podolica

Category: Buprestinae

Details: Anthaxia podolica

Anthaxia podolica (2)

Category: Buprestinae

Details: Anthaxia podolica (2)

Anthaxia podolica (3)

Category: Buprestinae

Details: Anthaxia podolica (3)

Anthaxia podolica (4)

Category: Buprestinae

Details: Anthaxia podolica (4)

Anthaxia salicis

Category: Buprestinae

Details: Anthaxia salicis

Anthaxia salicis (2)

Category: Buprestinae

Details: Anthaxia salicis (2)

Chalcophora mariana

Category: Buprestinae

Details: Chalcophora mariana

Trachypteris picta

Category: Buprestinae

Details: Trachypteris picta

Chrysobothris affinis

Category: Chrysobothrinae

Details: Chrysobothris affinis

Chrysobothris affinis (2)

Category: Chrysobothrinae

Details: Chrysobothris affinis (2)

Acmaeodera degener

Category: Polycestinae

Details: Acmaeodera degener

Brachinus explodens

Category: Brachininae

Did you know: The Bombardier Beetles, more than 500 species worldwide, are capable of defending themselves by spraying a hot gas against the attacker.

Details: Brachinus explodens

Calosoma Auropunctatum

Category: Carabinae

Details: Calosoma Auropunctatum

Carabus intricatus

Category: Carabinae

Details: Carabus intricatus

Carabus intricatus (2)

Category: Carabinae

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Details: Carabus intricatus (2)

Carabus intricatus (3)

Category: Carabinae

Did you know?: As some other beetles in the genus Carabus, this is a slug eater.

Details: Carabus intricatus (3)

Carabus violaceus

Category: Carabinae

Details: Carabus violaceus

Cossonus cylindricus

Category: Cossoninae

Details: Cossonus cylindricus

Anthonomus (Furcipus) rectirostris

Category: Curculioninae

Details: Anthonomus (Furcipus) rectirostris

Anthonomus (Furcipus) rectirostris (2)

Category: Curculioninae

Details: Anthonomus (Furcipus) rectirostris (2)

Cionus hortulanus

Category: Curculioninae

Details: Cionus hortulanus

Cionus hortulanus (2)

Category: Curculioninae

Details: Cionus hortulanus (2)

Curculio glandium

Category: Curculioninae

Details: Curculio glandium

Curculio villosus

Category: Curculioninae

Did you know?: The larva of this Weevil develops in the gall of the gall wasp Biorhiza pallida on Oak. The Pupation takes place in the ground and the adult Weevil hatch around April. Photographed on oak gall.

Details: Curculio villosus

Dorytomus longimanus

Category: Curculioninae

Details: Dorytomus longimanus