Dytiscus marginalis Linnaeus 1758 (Family Dytiscidae)


Male

Female

Larva

With Prey

Length: 26-35.2mm
Egg Larva Pupa Adult
? Summer
(Earliest: 21.4)
? All Year
(Earliest: 13.3)

Protective Chemicals
Steroids Cortexone

Biotopes:
Ponds
Food:
(Larva & Imago)

Amphibia

Odonata

Ephemeroptera Larvae
Food:
(Adult)

Chironomidae Larva

Notonectidae

Corixidae

Hydrophilidae

Trichoptera

Nature Spot: Great Diving Beetle - Dytiscus marginalis
Insektenbox: Gelbrandkäfer


Pictures © 2003, 2005, 2006, 2007 J.K. Lindsey

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