diving beetle

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  • The jaws of a great diving beetle are strong compared to their body size.
  • The great diving beetle, true to its name, is a rather sizable insect.
  • Thermonectus nigrofasciatus is a species of diving beetle native to the eastern United States.
  • In diving beetle species family Dytiscidae, an intersexual arms race occurs between males and females.
  • The sunburst diving beetle has a black and streamlined carapace covered with bright yellow or golden spots.
  • The diving-beetles are skimming about, rowing themselves along with their flattened hind legs. Cited from Little Busybodies, by Jeanette Augustus Marks and Julia Moody
  • Some species of diving beetles (Dytiscidae) carry a bubble of air with them whenever they dive beneath the water surface.
  • Copelatus is a large genus of small diving beetles.
  • Thermonectus sibleyi is a species of diving beetle native to western Mexico and southern Arizona, United States.
  • Their larvae, like those of predaceous diving beetles, do not possess eggshell-bursters on the head.
  • These are the predaceous diving beetles, a family of water beetles.
  • Spotted diving beetles have also been observed swarming a prey item and feeding en masse.
  • Megadytes is a mainly Neotropical genus of large diving beetles in family Dytiscidae.
  • Species of special interest include great diving beetles, Small Red-eyed Damselfly and tree sparrow, along with a number of acid grassland plants.
  • A classic example occurs in diving beetles, family Dytiscidae.
  • Unable to get air, female diving beetles submit to the male's advances in order to avoid drowning (and they lose the energy to resist).
  • Examples of species with grasping traits are water striders and diving beetles.
  • Another type of modification is found in male diving beetles (of the family Dytiscidae), who are equipped with suction cup structures on their front legs.
  • Copelatus minor is a species of diving beetle.
  • Sunburst diving beetles live in ponds and lakes and swim well.
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