One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
A beetle that feeds on carrion, hide, or similar material, and is sometimes a serious pest of stored goods.
- ‘The khapra beetle is a beetle of the skin beetle family (Dermestidae).’
- ‘Dermestid, or skin beetles, are one of the more destructive of the beetles, at least as far as humans are concerned.’
- ‘While all are great shots and I agree with Deb about the last one, I am fascinated by the shadows of the hairs on the leaves of the skin beetle shot.’
- ‘In some cases, as in many skin beetles, the whole life cycle will take no more than three to four weeks.’
- ‘I tried looking on google images for a picture of skin beetles, but didn't really find an awful lot.’
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