Beetles are an interesting (and very quantitative) insect category offering both beneficial and harmful entries. Some beetles can look like ants to the casual observer while others are known destroyers of trees (Boring Beetles). Weevils are the bane of farmers and backyard gardeners alike for their destructive capabilities. Still other beetles can release harmful chemicals causing blistering and rashes on human skin (Blister Beetles) so always approach with caution - or simply steer clear.
The BugsOfTennessee.com database has recorded 34 Tennessee Beetle Insects to date (2022). Results are showcased below in alphabetical order (A to Z). You can reduce the number of entires shown by selecting the provided color / descriptor options below or remove entries from the list entirely by clicking on the entry's 'X'. Refresh the page to reset all options and results.