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Japanese Beetle Gallery

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Choose from 47 pictures in our Japanese Beetle collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. Popular choices include Framed Prints, Canvas Prints, Posters and Jigsaw Puzzles. All professionally made for quick delivery.

Tokara sawtoothed stag beetle (Prosopocoilus dissimilis elegans) Featured Japanese Beetle Print

Tokara sawtoothed stag beetle (Prosopocoilus dissimilis elegans)

Tokara sawtoothed stag beetle (Prosopocoilus dissimilis elegans), male, 4 cm long. The subspecies is endemic to the Tokara Islands. Tokara Islands, Nansei Islands, Ryukyu Archipealgo, Japan

Amami Sawtoothed Stag Beetle, Beetle, Coleoptera, Dark Red, Dorsal View, High Angle View, Insect, Island Speciation, Japanese, Large Mandibles, Lucanidae, Pets, Toothed Mandibles, Tropical, Wildlife Trade

Japanese burying beetle (Nicrophorus japonicus) Featured Japanese Beetle Print

Japanese burying beetle (Nicrophorus japonicus)

Japanese burying beetle (Nicrophorus japonicus), on the corpse of a mole with another very large burying beetle, Nicrophorus concolor, about 35 mm long, competing for the carcass that both of them want to use as food for their young. Gunma Prefecture, Japan

Antibacterial Secretion, Antifungal Secretion, Beetle, Beetles, Burying Beetle, Carrion Beetle, Chemoreceptors, Coleoptera, Competition, Competitors, Insect, Nicrophorinae, Parental Care, Parents Share Care Of Young, Sexton Beetle, Silphidae

Japanese rhinoceros beetle (Trypoxylus dichotomus) Featured Japanese Beetle Print

Japanese rhinoceros beetle (Trypoxylus dichotomus)

Japanese rhinoceros beetle (Trypoxylus dichotomus), Boy looking for larvae; eggs are laid into the ground. Many Japanese children breed these rhinoceros beetles as pets. The beetles are also made to fight each other and large sums of money are made or lost in gambling on the beetle that stays on a log while the other is trying to push it off. Nara, Japan

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