Dytiscus marginalis, the great diving beetle

From The Labrea Tar Pits
Pleistocene Age

The great diving beetle, Dytiscus marginalis, is a large aquatic diving beetle native to Europe and northern Asia, and is particularly common in England. The great diving beetle, true to its name, is a rather sizable insect. The larvae can grow up to 60 mm in length, while the adults are generally between 27-35 mm. 

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Dytiscus marginalis, the great diving beetle 

resin or hydrostone
1.5 inches long
Item 55 

Category: Replicas
Type: Skeletons
Phylum: Vertebrates
Class: Insects


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