This ClipArt gallery includes 558 illustrations of insects from the order Coleoptera, including beetles, weevils, borers, carabus, scarabs, and ladybugs (also known as ladybirds or lady beetles).

Bruchus pisi common name is Pea Weevil.

Pea Weevil

Bruchus pisi common name is Pea Weevil.

"Pea weevil; adult. The pea weevil (Bruchus) is often found in peas in its larval state during summer and autumn, as a pupa in winter, and in the adult form in late spring, when it comes forth to lay its eggs on the pods of the growing peas. To find the weevil in the fall, soak peas in water for a day." —Davison, 1906

Pea Weevil

"Pea weevil; adult. The pea weevil (Bruchus) is often found in peas in its larval state during summer…

"Pea weevil; pupa. The pea weevil (Bruchus) is often found in peas in its larval state during summer and autumn, as a pupa in winter, and in the adult form in late spring, when it comes forth to lay its eggs on the pods of the growing peas. To find the weevil in the fall, soak peas in water for a day." —Davison, 1906

Pea Weevil

"Pea weevil; pupa. The pea weevil (Bruchus) is often found in peas in its larval state during summer…

Pea-weevil, Bruchus pisi species; larva.

Pea Weevil

Pea-weevil, Bruchus pisi species; larva.

Pea-weevil, Bruchus pisi species; pupa.

Pea Weevil

Pea-weevil, Bruchus pisi species; pupa.

Pea-weevil, Bruchus pisi species; adult.

Pea Weevil

Pea-weevil, Bruchus pisi species; adult.

The pea weevils or seed beetles are a subfamily (Bruchinae) of beetles, now placed in the family Chrysomelidae, though they have historically been treated as a separate family. They are granivores, and typically infest various kinds of seeds or beans, living for most of their lives inside a single seed. The family includes about 1,350 species found worldwide.

Pea Weevil

The pea weevils or seed beetles are a subfamily (Bruchinae) of beetles, now placed in the family Chrysomelidae,…

A small beetle.

Pine Weevil

A small beetle.

A small beetle of a dark brown color spotted with black, yellow, and white.

Plum Weevil

A small beetle of a dark brown color spotted with black, yellow, and white.

A small beetle of a dark brown color spotted with black, yellow, and white.

Plum Weevil

A small beetle of a dark brown color spotted with black, yellow, and white.

A beetle with an extremely long snout.

Potato Stalk Weevil

A beetle with an extremely long snout.

"Root-weevil (Leptops hopei). a, weevil; b, pupa; c, larva, in situ; d, weevil ovipositing on leaf above; e, eggs on opened leaf." -Whitney, 1911

Apple Root Weevil

"Root-weevil (Leptops hopei). a, weevil; b, pupa; c, larva, in situ; d, weevil ovipositing on leaf above;…

The Seed Weevil (Apion rostrum) is a beetle in the Brentidae family of straight-snouted weevils.

Seed Weevil

The Seed Weevil (Apion rostrum) is a beetle in the Brentidae family of straight-snouted weevils.

Image of the straight-snouted weevil, or Brentus Anchorago

Straight-Snouted Weevil

Image of the straight-snouted weevil, or Brentus Anchorago

"The strawberry weevil in certain seasons has prevented the development of more than a half crop of berries in New Jersey, Delaware, Maryland, the Carolinas, and Virginia. The eggs are deposited in the flower buds, upon which the grublike larva feed and attain full size in about a month." —Davison, 1906

Strawberry Weevil

"The strawberry weevil in certain seasons has prevented the development of more than a half crop of…

It's a small, blackish beetle, with gray pubescence, when the buds are developing, and lays an egg in each, afterward puncturing the flower-stalk below the bud so as to check development.

Strawberry Weevil

It's a small, blackish beetle, with gray pubescence, when the buds are developing, and lays an egg in…

The Whirligig (Dineutes vittatus) is an insect in the Gyrinidae family of water beetles.

Whirligig

The Whirligig (Dineutes vittatus) is an insect in the Gyrinidae family of water beetles.

Wood-boring wirer-worm, from side. Also known as Click Beetle larva.

Wire Worm

Wood-boring wirer-worm, from side. Also known as Click Beetle larva.