Coleoptera is a large taxon of insects with about 300,000 described species. The body of most beetles is heavily sclerotized. The forewings are sclerotized elytra, or wing covers, that do not participate in flight. Beetle larvae are known as grubs and do not resemble adults.

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Beetle Fauna of Germany
Photos of more than 2000 beetle species from Germany, with search and comparison functions, reports and records of notable species.
Beetles by A. Bochdansky and M. Kriftner
Beetle photos, games, and animations.
Beetles in Brisbane
Pictures and facts about some of the beetles found in Brisbane, Australia.
Beetles of Mauritius
Taxonomic database and photographs.
Beetles on Postage Stamps
Images of beetle postage stamps arranged by families, cultural and economical interests, countries.
Chris Schuster - Pictures of Beetles (Coleoptera)
Photos of beetles native to Germany, subdivided by family.
Extensive information about the phylogenetic relationships of beetles by David R. Maddison. From the Tree of Life project.
Coleoptera: Beetles and Weevils
The characteristics of these insects, their life cycle, feeding and habitat, with illustrations.
Galaxy of Images: Beetles
Provides images from the printed books and manuscripts in the collections of Smithsonian Institution Libraries.
Josef Hlasek - Beetles of Europe
Over 1000 photos of beetles of Europe, identified to species and subdivided by family (Carabidae, Elateridae, Buprestidae, Scarabaeidae, Cerambycidae, Chrysomelidae).
Leaf-rolling Weevils of the World Fauna
Detailed information, catalog, and photos of the Rhynchitidae and Attelabidae. In English and Russian.
Living Jewels
High-quality color photographs of diverse species of beetles by Poul Beckmann. Book and posters for sale.
Weevils: Eupholus
The Insect Company provides a gallery of photographs of these weevils with their countries of origin.

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