Showing 10 types of DARKLING BEETLES
Possibly European in origin as it is extremely similar to other European species.
Possibly unknown, but this beetle is now found throughout the world, and is more common in the western states of the U.S. than the east or southeast.
Native to Africa, and found in jars of grains placed in the tombs of Pharaohs around 2500 B.C. It now is found throughout the world, and is more of a pest in the U.S. in the cooler climates than in the warmer states.
These are native species in North America.
Likely European in origin this beetle is found throughout the world.
There are about 30 native species of these beetles in North America.
A native insect in North America.
This beetle is found throughout the world, as a minor pest of stored food products.
Native to the Indo-Australian region, but now found as a pest of food products throughout the world.
Possibly European in origin, but now found throughout the world. The yellow mealworm is found in the U.S. primarily in the cooler northern states, and a related species, the Dark Mealworm, is found throughout the country.