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The classification of this family is fairly unstable, with numerous competing theories, and new proposals appearing quite often. Many of the subfamilies listed here probably will not be recognized very much longer, as they will likely be reduced in status below subfamily rank, or elevated to family status (the latter is most likely, e.g., with the family "Melolonthidae" already appearing in some recent classifications). Other families have been removed recently, and are nearly universally accepted (e.g., Pleocomidae, Glaresidae, Glaphyridae, Ochodaeidae, Geotrupidae, and Bolboceratidae). Scarabs Sacred scarab in a cartouche of Thutmosis III from Karnak temple of Amun-Ra, Egypt Scarabs are stout-bodied beetles, many with bright metallic colours, measuring between 1.5 and 160 mm. They have distinctive, clubbed antennae composed of plates called lamellae that can be compressed into a ball or fanned out like leaves to sense odours. The front legs of many species are broad and adapted for digging. The C-shaped larvae, called grubs, are pale yellow or white. Most adult beetles are nocturnal, although the flower chafers (Cetoniinae) and many leaf chafers (Rutelinae) are active during the day. The grubs mostly live underground or under debris, so are not exposed to sunlight. Many scarabs are scavengers that recycle dung, carrion, or decaying plant material. Others, such as the Japanese beetle, are devastating agricultural pests. Some of the well-known beetles from the Scarabaeidae are Japanese beetles, dung beetles, June beetles, rose chafers (Australian, European, and North American), rhinoceros beetles, Hercules beetles and Goliath beetles. Several members of this family have structurally coloured shells which act as left-handed circular polarisers; this was the first-discovered example of circular polarization in nature.[1] Ancient Egypt In Ancient Egypt, the dung beetle now known as Scarabaeus sacer (formerly Ateuchus sacer) was revered as sacred. Genera of Scarabaeidae (This list is incomplete. Please help add to it.) Contents A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z A Acanthonitis Actinophorus Aeschrotes Afrocanthon Afroharoldius Agamopus Aganhyboma Aleiantus Allonitis Altonthophagus Amaecylius Amphiceratodon Amphionthophagus Amphistomus Anisocanthon Anomiopsis Anomiopsoides Anonthobium Anonychonitis Anoplodrepanus Aphengoecus Aphengium Apotolamprus Aptenocanthon Aptychonitis Arrowianella Atrichius Aulacium Aulacopris B Baloghonthobium Bdelyopsis Bdelyropsis Bohepilissus Bolbites Boletoscapter Boreocanthon Boucomontius Byrrhidium C Caccobiomorphus Caccocnemus Caeconthobium Caelontherus Cambefortantus Canthidium Canthochilum Canthodimorpha Canthotrypes Catharsiocopris Cephalodesmius Chalconotus Chalcocopris Chironitis Colobonthophagus Copridaspidus Coprobius Coprocanthon Coprophanaeoides Coptorrhina Cryptocanthon Cyptochirus D Deltohyboma Dendropaemon Deronitis Diaglyptus Diasomus Diorygopyx Drepanocerus Drepanoplatynus Drepanopodus E Elassocanthon Endrodius Endroedyantus Enicotarsus Ennearabdus Epactoides Ephirinus Epilissus Epionitis Epirhinus Eremonthophagus Eucanthidium Eucranium Eudinopus Euhyboma Eurypodea Eurysternodes Eutrichillum F Falsignambia Formicdubius Francmonrosia Frankenbergerius Furconthophagus G Gibbonthophagus Gilletellus Glaphyocanthon Glaphyrocanthon Glyphoderus Gromphas M Mnematidium Mnematium Monoplistes N Neateuchus Neocanthidium Neonitis Neopachysoma Nesocanthon Nesosisyphus Nesovinsonia Nudipleurus O Onthoecus See also Scarab artifact Grapevine beetle Dung beetle - Scarabaeidae dung beetles play an important role in temperate and tropical environments References A. A. Michelson (1911). "On metallic colourings in birds and insects". Philosophical Magazine. 21: 554–567. doi:10.1080/14786440408637061. Further reading RU Ehlers. Current and Future Use of Nematodes in Biocontrol: Practice and Commercial Aspects with Regard to Regulatory Policy Issues. Biocontrol Science and Technology Volume 6, Issue 3, 1996. External links Wikispecies has information related to: Scarabaeidae Wikimedia Commons has media related to Scarabaeidae. Flickr Images on Flickr Scarabaeidae breeding site Photos of various Cetonidae, Dynastidae, Euchiridae, Lucanidae and Trichinae] Family SCARABAEIDAE June Beetles, Family: Scarabaeidae - Diagnostic photographs Scarab Beetle Research, Databases, and Links from Scarab Central at University of Nebraska State Museum Bibliography of literature published on scarab beetles since 1 January 2001 (worldwide coverage; through 2005) UNL Generic Guide to New World Scarabaeidae Heredity Scientific paper on scarab horns Condition: New without tags, Condition: no tag because i buy in bulk for better pricing., Brand: Unbranded, Style: Charm, Theme: Family & Friends, Metal: Pewter, Main Stone: No Stone, Color: Gray, Material: brass based jeweler metal, Length (inches): 24 inch 24inch 24in 24 in rope, Country/Region of Manufacture: United States, Necklace Style: CURB chain, Pendant Theme: eygptian egypt god life eye scarab bling hip hop, Base Metal: Brass

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