Question by  pink6677 (35)

What types of beetles are indigenous to Texas?

I'm interested in finding out which beetles are found mainly or only in the state of Texas.


Answer by  foxyd78 (92)

Bess, blister, bup, checkered, carrion, click, darkling, fire, fungus, ground, glow, lady, ironclad, leaf, leaf-rolling, long horn, net, soft, soldier, spider, stag, and weeevil are not the names of the next 101 dalmations, but instead types of beetle.


Answer by  Denalynna (37)

The Southern Pine Beetle is the most common beetles found in Texas. They are also known as Bark Beetle Pests.


Answer by  Pitz (29)

Ground beetles are found only in Texas. There are 690 species of ground beetles found there. Tiger beetles are also found only in Texas. There are 57 species of these. There are 6 species of stag beetles only found in Texas as well. Believe it or not there are 58 species of dung beetles found in Texas too.


Answer by  Rathjinngmailcom (234)

This would include the beetle family Carabidae and sub species Cinindelinae also called Tiger Beetles like the Long-necked Ground Beetle, Cajun Tiger Beetle, and the Six Spotted Tiger Beetle. Also, the Fiery Searcher Beetle, Blackened False Bombardier Beetle, South Texas Giant Tiger Beetle, Pedunculate Ground Beetle and the Oblong-Punctate Agra Beetle.

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