A Directory of Friday Beetles

I've posted enough Friday Beetles that I can no longer remember which species I've already done. Some species were almost posted twice out of sheer forgetfulness.  Must be the academic scatter-brain.

So to keep them all straight I've made a list.  This is mostly for my own good.  In any case, here is the Friday Beetle Directory:

Adranes - Ant-Nest Beetle

Onthophagus gazella - Gazelle Scarab

Dineutes sublineatus - Whirligig Beetle

Lutrochus - Travertine Beetle

Scaphinotus petersi - Snail-eating Beetle

Laccophilus pictus - Predaceous Diving Beetle

Apteroloma caraboides - Snowfield Beetle

Hololepta - Clown Beetle

Chauliognathus lecontei - Soldier Beetle

Epicauta pardalis - Spotted Blister Beetle

Moneilema - Cactus Longhorn Beetle

Temnoscheila - Bark-Gnawing Beetle

Araeoschizus - Ant-Beetle

Eussatus - Dune Beetle

Distremocephalus - Male Glow-Worm

Amphizoa insolens - Trout-Stream Beetle

Carpophilus - Sap Beetle

Olla v-nigrum - Ashy Grey Lady Beetle

Cymatodera - Checkered Beetle

Derobrachus hovorei - Palo Verde Beetle

Chrysina gloriosa - Glorious Beetle

Apatides fortis - Bostrichid Beetle

Cotinus mutabilis - Fig Beetle

Strategus aloeus - Ox Beetles

Cicindela lemniscata - White-Lined Tiger Beetle

Pelidnota punctata - Grapevine Beetle

Ochthebius - Minute Moss Beetles

Microphotus angustus - Pink Glow-Worm

Prionocyphon - Marsh Beetle

Popillia japonica - Japanese Beetle

Megacyllene robiniae - Locust Borer

Languria - Lizard Beetle

Cycloneda munda - Polished Lady Beetle

Chrysochus auratus - Dogbane Leaf Beetle

Chrysina beyeri - Beyer's Jewel Scarab

Nosodenron californicum - Wounded Tree Beetle

Priacma serrata - Bleach Beetle

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