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Feather Horned Beetle, Rhipicera femoralis, in the family Rhipiceridae. The antennae of males are unusual in that they have more than 20 segments and arise from small knob-like prominences. Photos by jeans, via Flickr
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Feather Horned Beetle, Rhipicera femoralis, in the family Rhipiceridae. The antennae of males are unusual in that they have more than 20 segments and arise from small knob-like prominences. Photos by jeans, via Flickr

Feather Horned Beetle, Rhipicera femoralis, in the family Rhipiceridae.   The antennae of males are unusual in that they have more than 20 segments and arise from small knob-like prominences.  Photos by jeans, via Flickr

Feather horned beetle

Feather Horned Beetle, Rhipicera femoralis, in the family Rhipiceridae. The antennae of males are unusual in that they have more than 20 segments and arise from small knob-like prominences.

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Real Beetle False Yellow Eyes Conservation by REALBUTTERFLYGIFTS, $39.99
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real, pinned and framed, beautiful and rare beetles, butterflies, moths and other insects purchased from world insect farms to help the farmers save the environment and the bugs. (i hate the ants and spiders and wasps though)

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Real Beetle False Yellow Eyes Conservation by REALBUTTERFLYGIFTS, $39.99

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Feather Horned beetle, Rhipicera femorata. by Beth_Kin, via Flickr
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Feather Horned  beetle, Rhipicera femorata. by Beth_Kin, via Flickr
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Rhino beetle grub

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Many animals have enlarged "weapons" for combat when competing for a mate-- horns on dinosaurs or tusks on elephants. Many types of #insects have them, too. Shown here is a male South American scarab dung beetle, Oxysternon conspicillatum. This beetle species is able to produce up to three different types of males, with different forms of "weaponry." This specimen has very large head horns, which indicates it is an alpha male. [Credit: J.M. Rowland and D.J. Emlen]

A close-up view of a South American scarab dung beetle (Oxysternon conspicillatum). Mark Rowland/Douglas J.

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Platypria melli - This species of beetle is found in southern Asia and is of the family Chrysomelidae - Image : © Kohichiro Yoshida

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Here you have the 'purple bug'. that, of course, is the scientifical name as I cannot recall its common name.

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