Net-winged Beetles

The Net-winged Beetles is a collective name used for the beetles in the family Lycidae, with in the insect order Coleoptera. They are elongated, soft-bodied, brightly colored beetles usually found on flowers or stems. The head is triangular and the antennae are long, thick and serrate. The adults feed either on plant juices or on other insects. Their predacious larvae grow under wet bark or in leaf litter.

Net-winged Beetles

2 comments:

Interesting Foto said...

Beautiful shot

birdy said...

@Interesting Foto, Thanks for the visit and liking the shots.