Posts Tagged: burying beetles
Beetles from Belize at the Bohart! The Bohart Museum of Entomology open house on...
Professor Fran Keller of Folsom Lake College and a Bohart Museum of Entomology scientist, is shown here wearing her Bohart Museum rhinoceros beetle shirt at Kensington Palace. Keller taught science to community college students in London during the fall semester. She designed this beetle, which is available in the Bohart Museum gift shop.
Some of the insects collected during a Bio Blitz in Belize for the Bohart Museum of Entomology. (Photo by Fran Keller)
There's "Beatlemania" and then there's "Beetle Mania." One involved the fanaticism directed at the...
The burying beetle is known for burying carcasses of small vertebrates, such as mice, squirrels and birds, and using them as a food source for its larvae. (Photo courtesy of Wikipedia)
A dung beetle with two balls of dung. (Photo courtesy of Wikipedia)