False Click Beetles
Brown Click Beetle
Mottled Predatory Click Beetle
Lycid-mimicking Click Beetle
Arrowhead Click Beetle
Small Black Click Beetle I
Small Black Click Beetle II
Small Black Click Beetle III 
Long-nose Lycid Beetle
Red Shoulder Lycid Beetle
Large Eyes Lycid Beetle
Small Bi-colour Beetle I
Small Bi-colour Beetle II 
Plague Soldier Beetle
Tricolor Soldier Beetle
Yellow Soldier Beetle
Red-tipped Soldier Beetle
Goldenbrown Soldier Beetle
Small Brown Soldier Beetle I 
Small Brown Solder Beetle II 

Unknown Beetles


Lycid-mimicking Click Beetle - Anilicus sp.

Family Elateridae

This page contains information and pictures about Lycid-mimicking Click Beetles in Family Elateridae that we found in the Brisbane area, Queensland, Australia. 
Body length 8mm   
This Click Beetle is orange and black in colours which is the colour theme of the Lycid Beetle mimicry complex
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Pictures were taken in Karawatha Forest Dentata Track on Oct 2007. The beetle was found on a gum tree trunk. It dropped onto the ground after we took some photos.
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1. A Guide to the Beetles of Australia - George Hangay and Paul Zborowski, CSIRO PUBLISHING April 2010, p125. 
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Last updated: April 03, 2011.