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26 results found with "SCARABAEIDAE"

Scarab beetle

This specimen was given to the Museum by the Natural History Museum in London in 1912. It is a male....

Scarab beetle

This specimen was given to us by the Natural History Museum in London in 1942. This species of scarab beetle feeds on mammal dung and dead invertebrates....

Dung beetle

This specimen was collected by Philip de la Garde and was donated to the Museum along with the rest of his collection in 1913. This species is usually associated with...

Beetle

This specimen was donated to RAMM by the Trustees of the British Museum (now the Natural History Museum, London) in 1912. It was originally part of the Fry collection....

Flower scarab beetle

This female beetle was collected in Uganda by Major Gay (once a curator at RAMM) and was donated to the museum in 1931. Scarab beetles are often known as jewel...

Lamellicorn beetle pupa

This beetle pupa was collected in British Guyana by H. H. P. Holland, whose collection came to the Museum in 1878. Lamellicorn beetles are include the stag and scarab beetles,...

Dung beetle

Dung beetles specialise in recycling animal waste. They bury it as food for their larvae and in doing so prevent it from building up everywhere and recycle nutrients back into...

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