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Beetles Otiorhynchus sulcatus

Beetles

Beetles belong to the order Coleoptera, a well-known group of insects that are easily recognizable on account of their hard wing covers (elytra). With more than 350,000 known species, Coleoptera is the largest of all insect orders and displays an enormous variety of form, size and habit.

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Beetles belong to the order Coleoptera, a well-known group of insects that are easily recognizable on account of their hard wing covers (elytra). With more than 350,000 known species, Coleoptera is the largest of all insect orders and displays an enormous variety of form, size and habit.

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