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Dynastinae - Wikipedia


Dynastinae or rhinoceros beetles are a subfamily of the scarab beetle family ( Scarabaeidae). Other common names – some for particular groups of rhinoceros  ...

Rhinoceros Beetles - National Wildlife Federation


Description: Rhinoceros beetles are herbivorous insects named for the horn-like projections on and around the heads of males. Most are black, gray, or greenish  ...

Rhinoceros Beetle - Facts, Information & Pictures - Animal Corner


The Rhinoceros Beetle (or Rhino Beetle) belongs to the subfamily (Dynastinae) and is part of the family of scarab beetles (Scarabaeidae). Rhinoceros Beetles ...

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Jan 16, 2013 ... A rhinoceros beetle chillin to some reggae music These beetles spend most of their lives in the ground as grubs before finally emerging as full ...



Facts about the Rhinoceros Beetle. This insect is one of the strongest pound-for- pound creatures in the world. Here we list facts about this amazing insect's ...

rhinoceros beetle | insect subfamily | Britannica.com


Jul 23, 2012 ... Rhinoceros beetle (subfamily Dynastinae), also called elephant beetle, Hercules beetle, or Atlas beetle, any of numerous species of beetles, ...

Subfamily Dynastinae - Rhinoceros Beetles - BugGuide.Net


Mar 7, 2005 ... Family Scarabaeidae (Scarab Beetles). Subfamily Dynastinae (Rhinoceros Beetles). Explanation of Names. Author of subfamily is MacLeay ...

Species Xyloryctes jamaicensis - Rhinoceros Beetle - BugGuide.Net


Apr 12, 2004 ... Large reddish-brown scarab, mandibles small, sides fringed with hairs. Male has squared-off pronotum, large horn. The similar "Ox-beetle", ...

coconut rhinoceros beetle - Oryctes rhinoceros


Oryctes rhinoceros (L.), the coconut rhinoceros beetle, is a pest species occurring throughout many tropical regions of the world. Adults can cause extensive ...

Coconut Rhinoceros Beetle (CRB) | Plant Heroes


Coconut rhinoceros beetle adults chew big holes through the growing tops of palm trees to feed on their sap, making distinct zig-zag shaped cuts in their leaves.