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Beetles, the hundreds of thousands of insects belonging to the Order Coleoptera, inhabit nearly every ecological niche on the planet. Approximately 350-400,000 beetles have been described since Carl Linnaeus began to re-classify life with binomial nomenclature in 1758. Weevils make up about 20% of the beetle order with over 60,000 […]
The B.U.G. studio is situated in one room of a San Francisco 3 bedroom flat. Our apartment was built one year after the 1906 earthquake, so it has lots of old charm. Finished insects are stored in the back against the wall. Mr. T (upper right) watches over me.
Imagine being able to lift a six double decker buses! Well, if you were a certain type of beetle, in theory, you could. The world record no longer goes to the Rhino Beetle, which is still one of the strongest, but to a type of scarab beetle. Learn more about this STRONG […]