Common Name : Ground Beetle
Scientific Name: Carabus glabratus
Species: C. glabratus
Although there are many of different types of ground beetles. The Cara-bus is the most interesting one of them some variation in their body shape and coloring, most is shiny black or metallic and has ridged wings covered. The size of a Glabratus Cara-bus is between 20-50 mm long.
Cara-bus is black has six legs and two tentacles. It’s found in central Europe and northern to the Article. The coloration of a Glabratus is shiny black or metallic. The genus normalcy is known as violin beetles due to their peculiarly shaped elytra. All carbides except the quite primitive flanged bombardier beetles have a groove on their foreleg tibiae bearing a comb of hairs. This is used for cleaning their antenna.
Common habitats are under the bark trees, under logs, or among rocks or sand by the edge of ponds and river; and they’re still stable (same or not extinct). This animal could be found in North America and in Europe. There are more than 40,000 species worldwide and about 5,000 in every specie there is; for this they are stabled. The conservation status of the beetle is about 5000 Cara-bus glabratus. This is for that they are interesting animals.
Some Cara-bus glabratus of the species are specialized predators of the cyanide millipede, countering the hydrogen cyanide, which makes these millipedes poisonous to most carnivores. They have a lot of differential things they do. So many species of animals could make a lot of difference to other animals.
Author: Mohamed A