Lordithon lunulatus, a type of rove beetle, on fungi. These types of beetles live in moist, humid environments around the world.
The devils coach-horse beetle, Ocypus olens, a species of beetle belonging to the family of the rove beetles, Staphylinidae.
Devil's coach horse beetle, a kind of rove beetle. Superstitions hold that the devil takes the form of this beetle to eat sinners.
Rove beetle (Staphylinidae) on wheat
Their common name is of English origin. The term rove means "to journey" or "move around," especially with no specific destination. This refers to the tendency of this beetle to move around aimlessly.