Meloe niger. Kirby, 1837

Adrian Thysse Photography: Meloe &emdash;

Continuing with gallery updates, this time the popular oil (or  ‘blister’) beetle, Meloe niger, which I have written about before at The Black Oil Beetle. The strange appearance and  life cycle of this insect makes it a popular hit on this blog. A feed is from Piotr Naskrecki’s blog post, Life-saving Beetles, also directs some overflow this way.

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