Copyright: Per Hoffmann Olsen

- Order: Coleoptera

Clerus mutillarius

Category: Clerinae

Details: Clerus mutillarius

Clerus mutillarius (2)

Category: Clerinae

Details: Clerus mutillarius (2)

Thanasimus femoralis

Category: Clerinae

Details: Thanasimus femoralis

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

Exochomus (Exochomus) quadripustulatus

Category: Chilocorinae

Details: Exochomus (Exochomus) quadripustulatus

Adalia bipunctata

Category: Coccinellinae

Details: Adalia bipunctata

Anatis ocellata

Category: Coccinellinae

Details: Anatis ocellata

Anatis ocellata (2)

Category: Coccinellinae

Details: Anatis ocellata (2)

Anatis ocellata (3)

Category: Coccinellinae

Details: Anatis ocellata (3)

Aphidecta obliterata

Category: Coccinellinae

Details: Aphidecta obliterata

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 (Chrysocarabus) auronitens

Category: Carabinae

Details: Carabus (Chrysocarabus) auronitens

Carabus (Procrustes) coriaceus

Category: Carabinae

Details: Carabus (Procrustes) coriaceus

Carabus (Procrustes) coriaceus (2)

Category: Carabinae

Details: Carabus (Procrustes) coriaceus (2)

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)