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Rove beetle

This specimen was collected by Philip de la Garde in May 1906 on seaweed. The larvae of this type of beetle are parasitic and kill their host during their maturation....

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. The species of beetle has not...

Tenebrionid 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. The species of tenebrionid has not...

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. The species of beetle has not...

Weevil

This beetle was collected by Philip de la Garde and was donated to the Museum along with the rest of his collection in 1913....

Beetle

This specimen was collected by Philip de la Garde in 1896 and was donated to the Museum along with the rest of his collection in 1913. The species of beetle...

Tenebrionid 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. The species of beetle has not...

Obese lily weevil

The larvae of this ground dwelling beetle destroy the bulbs of various species of lily by boring inside them. The adults feed on the lily leaves....

Scarab beetle

This scarab beetle was collected by E. A. Newbury. The scientific name Geotrupes means ‘earth-boring’ when translated from ancient Greek....