One of the key characteristics of individual beetle species are their antennae. There are several different ways in which antennae are characterized on different beetles. Antennae can be threadlike, beadlike, sawtoothed, comblike, clubbed, or lamellate. The species featured in this website are either threadlike or beadlike, with several of the beadlike antennae containing clubs on the end. Click on the categories below to see which beetles have what kind of antennae.
Threadlike Antennae
Beadlike Antennae