Beetles Resources

How To Identify Beetles

Beetles exhibit a wide range of appearances, but they share some common characteristics that distinguish them from other insects. Most notably, beetles have a tough, chitinous exoskeleton that covers their entire body, with their front pair of wings modified into hardened, protective coverings called elytra. These elytra often come in various colors and patterns, providing a striking visual aspect. Beneath the elytra, beetles possess a pair of hindwings, which they use for flight. Their bodies can vary greatly in shape and size, from the streamlined form of predatory ground beetles to the more oval and compact shape of ladybugs. Additionally, beetles typically have biting mouthparts, which they use for feeding on a wide range of food sources, including plants, fungi, other insects, and even carrion.

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Beetle Resources

The Orkin Resource Center provides articles and information
to help you identify a potential infestation and how to address it.