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Beetle Collection

"From Africa to Mexico: Exploring the Fascinating World of Beetles" Two dung beetles rolling a dung ball, Addo Elephant National Park, South Africa

Background imageBeetle Collection: Poster, Keep ceaseless watch for Colorado Beetle

Poster, Keep ceaseless watch for Colorado Beetle
Ministry of Agriculture poster, Keep ceaseless watch for Colorado Beetle, they can destroy our potato crops. circa late 1930s

Background imageBeetle Collection: VW Volkswagen Classic Beetle (Special Edition) 1984 Yellow

VW Volkswagen Classic Beetle (Special Edition) 1984 Yellow

Background imageBeetle Collection: Venus fly trap

Venus fly trap
Illustration of a venus fly trap

Background imageBeetle Collection: Two dung beetles rolling a dung ball, Addo Elephant National Park, South Africa, Africa

Two dung beetles rolling a dung ball, Addo Elephant National Park, South Africa, Africa

Background imageBeetle Collection: Volkswagen VW Classic Beetle 1957 Blue light

Volkswagen VW Classic Beetle 1957 Blue light

Background imageBeetle Collection: Entomology Specimens

Entomology Specimens
A specimen tray from the Natural History Museums Entomology Department showing the diversity of insects in terms of shape, size and colours

Background imageBeetle Collection: Red Volkswagen Beetle parked on cobblestone street, Tepoztlan

Red Volkswagen Beetle parked on cobblestone street, Tepoztlan, near Mexico City where many city dwellers spend weekends, Morelos, Mexico, North America

Background imageBeetle Collection: Volkswagen VW Beetle

Volkswagen VW Beetle

Background imageBeetle Collection: Back of a Beetle car painted in zebra stripes

Back of a Beetle car painted in zebra stripes, Cape Town, South Africa, Africa

Background imageBeetle Collection: Dung beetle pushing a ball of dung

Dung beetle pushing a ball of dung, Masai Mara National Reserve, Kenya, East Africa, Africa

Background imageBeetle Collection: Chrysina limbata, silver chafer beetle

Chrysina limbata, silver chafer beetle
Silver chafer beetle specimen. The beetles have a base pigment covered by several colourless microscopically thin layers called laminae

Background imageBeetle Collection: Beetles

Beetles
Double page spread of pencil and watercolour illustrations and sketches of beetles by Henry Walter Bates

Background imageBeetle Collection: British Beetles

British Beetles
A poster of beetle specimens selected for The Boys Own Paper by Watkins and Doncaster, naturalists

Background imageBeetle Collection: Harlequin Ladybird - with 7-spot Ladybird on the left

Harlequin Ladybird - with 7-spot Ladybird on the left
SPH-3268 Harlequin LADYBIRD - with 7-spot ladybird (on left) Harmonia axyridis The Harlequin is a voracious predator and easily out competes our native ladybirds for food

Background imageBeetle Collection: Ocypus olens, devils coach horse beetle model

Ocypus olens, devils coach horse beetle model
A large scale model of the devils coach horse beetle (Ocypus olens). A beetle that is commonly found beneath logs. Held within the Natural History Museum, London

Background imageBeetle Collection: VW Volkswagen Beetle Classic Beetle

VW Volkswagen Beetle Classic Beetle 1957 black beige

Background imageBeetle Collection: Cladognathus sp. stag beetle

Cladognathus sp. stag beetle
A specimen of a large stag beetle from Asia. Stag beetles belong to the family (Lucanidae). Only male stag beetles have horns or antlers

Background imageBeetle Collection: Longhorn beetle

Longhorn beetle

Background imageBeetle Collection: VW Volkswagen Beetle Classic Beetle 1500L 1969 blue light

VW Volkswagen Beetle Classic Beetle 1500L 1969 blue light

Background imageBeetle Collection: Volkswagen VW Beetle

Volkswagen VW Beetle

Background imageBeetle Collection: Stag Beetle

Stag Beetle
A rather handsome stag beetle spreads its wings

Background imageBeetle Collection: Volkswagen VW Beetle

Volkswagen VW Beetle

Background imageBeetle Collection: Beetle illustrations

Beetle illustrations
Double page spread of pencil and watercolour illustrations of beetles by Henry Walter Bates

Background imageBeetle Collection: Namaqua chameleon catching prey

Namaqua chameleon catching prey
Namaqua chameleon (Chamaeleo namaquensis) catching prey with its unfurled tongue. This tongue extends out extremely rapidly in just a few fractions of a second

Background imageBeetle Collection: Volkswagen VW Beetle

Volkswagen VW Beetle

Background imageBeetle Collection: 7-Spot Ladybird - On flower with open wings

7-Spot Ladybird - On flower with open wings
LA-1253 7-Spot LADYBIRD - on flower with open wings Coccinella septempunctata Jean Michel Labat Please note that prints are for personal display purposes only and may not be reproduced in any way

Background imageBeetle Collection: 7-SPOT LADYBIRD - on Marsh Marigolds

7-SPOT LADYBIRD - on Marsh Marigolds
SPH-711 7-SPOT LADYBIRD - on Marsh Marigolds UK Coccinella 7-punctata Steve Hopkin Please note that prints are for personal display purposes only and may not be reproduced in any way

Background imageBeetle Collection: Pectoral decorated with winged scarab, protected by the goddesses Isis and Nephthys

Pectoral decorated with winged scarab, protected by the goddesses Isis and Nephthys, made from gold cloisonne with glass-paste, from the tomb of the pharaoh Tutankhamun

Background imageBeetle Collection: Acorn weevil (Curculio glandium) Portrait on an Oak bud, Hertfordshire, England, UK

Acorn weevil (Curculio glandium) Portrait on an Oak bud, Hertfordshire, England, UK, May - Focus Stacked - Captive

Background imageBeetle Collection: VW Classic Beetle-based Dune Buggy 1972 orange

VW Classic Beetle-based Dune Buggy 1972 orange

Background imageBeetle Collection: 20th Century Art: Weevil (Rhopalomesites tardyi), 1998 by Ma

20th Century Art: Weevil (Rhopalomesites tardyi), 1998 by Ma
Watercolour. Russell is an example of a scientist turned artist. Trained initially as an entomologist his combined love of beetles and art resulted in a series of exceptional drawings of weevils

Background imageBeetle Collection: Beetles and Butterflies

Beetles and Butterflies
Insects of the English countryside - including Stag Beetle (lucanus), Tiger Beetle (cicindelida) and a variety of butterflies and moths (lepidoptera)

Background imageBeetle Collection: VW Volkswagen Classic Beetle, 1973, Lilac

VW Volkswagen Classic Beetle, 1973, Lilac
VW Volkswagen Classic Beetle 1973 Lilac

Background imageBeetle Collection: VW Volkswagen Classic Beetle (Herbie) 1971 Beige with race decals

VW Volkswagen Classic Beetle (Herbie) 1971 Beige with race decals

Background imageBeetle Collection: VW Volkswagen Beetle Classic Beetle 1976 Blue light

VW Volkswagen Beetle Classic Beetle 1976 Blue light

Background imageBeetle Collection: A fine ripe Pomelo, peeled and cut ornamentally for table

A fine ripe Pomelo, peeled and cut ornamentally for table
Watercolour by Olivia Fanny Tonge 1858-1949. 180 x 260mm. From one of sixteen sketchbooks presented to the Museum in 1952

Background imageBeetle Collection: Hydroporus rufifrons, diving beetle

Hydroporus rufifrons, diving beetle
Close-up shot of a diving beetle (Hydroporus rufifrons). Specimen held in the Natural History Museums Entomology Department

Background imageBeetle Collection: Scarab beetles

Scarab beetles
The largest shown here, (Scarabaeus sacer), was regarded as sacred in ancient Egypt. Today the species are important to agriculture for their dung burying activities

Background imageBeetle Collection: Coleoptera sp. metallic beetles

Coleoptera sp. metallic beetles
A pair of gold and silver metallic beetles side by side

Background imageBeetle Collection: Drawing - Stag beetle, male, old artwork Europe's largest beetle

Drawing - Stag beetle, male, old artwork Europe's largest beetle
PM-9946 Drawing - Stag beetle, male, old artwork Europe's largest beetle Lucanus cervus Pat Morris Please note that prints are for personal display purposes only

Background imageBeetle Collection: Hercules Beetle Etc

Hercules Beetle Etc
The HERCULES beetle, SCARABAEUS TITYUS and others, depicted in their natural habitat

Background imageBeetle Collection: Insects, c1910. Creator: Unknown

Insects, c1910. Creator: Unknown
Insects, c1910. Insects, invertebrates with exoskeletons, are the most diverse group of animals, over 90% of all animal life forms on Earth are insects

Background imageBeetle Collection: Autocar Poster -- Gordon Bennett race

Autocar Poster -- Gordon Bennett race
Autocar Poster -- Thery driving a Richard-Brasier car to win the Gordon Bennett race for France. Seen here after overtaking a Wolseley Beetle driven by Cs Rolls for the British team. Date: 1905

Background imageBeetle Collection: Red flour beetle in flight

Red flour beetle in flight
Red flour beetle. Coloured scanning electron micrograph of a red flour beetle (Tribolium castaneum) in flight. One of the most significant pests of dried foods and the milling industry

Background imageBeetle Collection: USA, Texas, Route 66, Conway Bug Ranch, Made of VW Beetles

USA, Texas, Route 66, Conway Bug Ranch, Made of VW Beetles USA Texas Route 66 Conway Bug Ranch (homage to Cadillac Ranch in Amarillo TX). Made of VW Beetles

Background imageBeetle Collection: Wheelwright (engraving)

Wheelwright (engraving)
2802012 Wheelwright (engraving) by English School, (19th century); Private Collection; (add.info.: Wheelwright. Illustration for An Illustrated Vocabulary For The Use Of The Deaf And Dumb (SPCK)

Background imageBeetle Collection: Lucanus cervus, two male Stag Beetles fighting

Lucanus cervus, two male Stag Beetles fighting

Background imageBeetle Collection: Longhorn Beetle (Lamia textor), Upper Bavaria, Bavaria, Germany, Europe

Longhorn Beetle (Lamia textor), Upper Bavaria, Bavaria, Germany, Europe



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"From Africa to Mexico: Exploring the Fascinating World of Beetles" Two dung beetles rolling a dung ball, Addo Elephant National Park, South Africa, Africa: Witnessing nature's incredible teamwork as these industrious dung beetles work together to transport their precious cargo. Volkswagen VW Beetle: The iconic car that took inspiration from its namesake insect, revolutionizing the automotive industry with its timeless design and charm. Venus fly trap: A carnivorous plant known for its unique ability to capture insects like beetles, showcasing the intricate web of predator-prey relationships in nature. Entomology Specimens: Delving into the world of entomology through carefully preserved beetle specimens, unraveling their diverse forms and functions. Red Volkswagen Beetle parked on cobblestone street, Tepoztlan, near Mexico City where many city dwellers spend weekends, Morelos, Mexico: Blending classic style with vibrant colors against a picturesque backdrop - a perfect representation of the beloved VW Beetle's enduring popularity worldwide. Harlequin Ladybird - with 7-spot Ladybird on the left: Marveling at nature's artistry as two ladybirds showcase their striking patterns and vivid colors side by side. Dung beetle pushing a ball of dung: Observing one of nature's most peculiar behaviors as these resilient creatures tirelessly roll massive balls of dung across various landscapes – an essential task for maintaining ecosystem balance. Volkswagen VW Classic Beetle 1957 Blue light: Transporting us back in time to experience nostalgia and appreciate the timeless beauty of this vintage blue VW Classic Beetle model. Chrysina limbata, silver chafer beetle: Discovering the shimmering elegance embodied by this stunning silver chafer beetle species found in certain regions – truly a jewel among insects. Ocypus olens devils coach horse beetle model .