• Beetles are the largest order of insects, which belong to the insect order coleoptera. There are more than 25,000 species of beetles recorded in North America. Beetles can usually be identified by looking at their wings, front wings are called elytra. Their shell like wings are hard and colorful, they fold front wings to cover their back wings. Beetles have many shapes, sizes and colors.

    Beetles require a four stage life cycle which is a complete metamorphosis. These stages are egg, larva, pupa and adult. The length of the beetles life cycle vary according to their type, some beetles produce more than one generation per year. In some beetles their growth mostly depends on the food available for the larvae to eat with environmental conditions.

    Types of Beetle:

    • American Spider Beetles
    • Anbrid Powerpost Beetles
    • Asian Longhorn Beetles
    • Asian Lady Beetles
    • Billbug
    • Blister Beetles
    • Carpet Beetles
    • Cigarette Beetles
    • Common Furniture Beetles
    • Dried Fruit Beetles
    • Drugstore Beetles
    • Elm Leaf Beetles
    • Shinny Spider Beetles
    • Sawtooth Grain Beetles
    • Pantry Beetles
    • Larder Beetles
    • Japanese Beetles
    • Foreign Grain Beetles
    • Emerald Ash Borer
    • Flour Beetles
    • False Powder Post Beetles