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  • Beetles Beetles are the most diverse group of insects. Their order, Coleoptera (meaning "sheathed wing"), has more described species in it than in any
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  • Dungeons & Dragons fantasy role-playing game, the slicer beetle is a type of giant insect. A slicer beetle is a monstrous insect with razor-sharp mandibles capable
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  • watch beetle is a type of giant insect. A death watch beetle is monstrous insect which disguises itself by wearing the carapaces of other giant beetles, or
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  • Popillia japonica The Japanese beetle is a scarab beetle which is present throughout much or North America as an invasive species. It can be a devastating
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  • Liriomyza sativae Beetles Western Striped Cucumber Beetle: Acalymma trivittata Striped Cucumber Beetle: Acalymma vittata Spotted Cucumber Beetle: Diabrotica
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  • Delia platura Beetles Black Blister Beetle: Epicuata pennsylvanica Colorado Potato Beetle: Leptinotarsa decemlineata Eggplant Flea Beetle: Epitrix fuscula
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  • Ladybugs (also called lady birds and lady beetles) are small, oval-shaped winged insects. These shiny insects are usually red with black spots or black
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  • Asiatic Garden Beetle: Maladerma castanea Banded Cucumber Beetle: Diabrotica balteata Blister Beetles: Epicauta spp.: Blacklegged Tortoise Beetle: Jonthonota
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  • platura Beetles Spotted Cucumber Beetle: Diabrotica duodecimipuncta Striped Cucumber Beetle: Acalymma vittata Western Spotted Cucumber Beetle: Diabrotica
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  • are Beetles which have elongated snouts. Several species are serious garden and farm pests. Aside from the long snout they are otherwise just beetles. Some
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  • North America Beetles Cabbage Flea Beetle Phyllotreta albionica Colorado Potato Beetle: Leptinotarsa decemlineata Crucifer Flea Beetle: Phyllotreta cruciferae
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  • Tetanops myopaeformis Beetles Banded Cucumber Beetle: Diabrotica balteata Redheaded Flea Beetle: Systena frontalis Hop Flea Beetle: Psyllioides punctata
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  • James Potter, who transformed into a stag, and Rita Skeeter, who becomes a beetle. The Animagus transformation is one of a very few forms of magic that can
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  • 23: Christmas on the Closed Ward Chapter 24: Occlumency Chapter 25: The Beetle at Bay Chapter 26: Seen and Unforeseen Chapter 27: The Centaur and the Sneak
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  • Chapter 25 of Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix: The Beetle at Bay← Chapter 24 | Chapter 26 → Spoiler warning: Plot and/or ending details follow
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  • syngenesiae Beetles Banded Cucumber Beetle: Diabrotica balteata Flea Beetles Palestriped Flea Beetle: Systena blanda Redheaded Flea Beetle: Systena frontalis
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  • Frankliniella occidentalis Beetles Fuller Rose Beetle: Pantomorus cervinus Fourspotted Sap Beetle: Glischrochilus quadrisignatus Hop Flea Beetle: Psyllioides punctata
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  • Weasley and Hermione. After the final Triwizard challenge, Hermione traps a beetle while visiting Harry in the school infirmary: it is Rita Skeeter, who is
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  • 'VW', 'Beetle', 2005, 1); INSERT INTO car_pool VALUES ( 8, 'VW', 'Beetle', 2006, 2); INSERT INTO car_pool VALUES ( 9, 'VW', 'Beetle', 2008
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  • completa Beetles Plum Gouger: Coccotorus scuttelaris Plum curculio: Conotrachelus nenuphar Asiatic Garden Beetle: Maladera castanea Japanese Beetle: Popillia
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