British Wildlife 15.6 August 2004

The three smallest British diving beetles

The great diving beetles of the genus Dytiscus are the most easily recognised of the British water beetles. None of these impressive beetles is endangered to the same extent as are their smallest relatives, the conservation of which is hampered by their size and an incomplete understanding of the requirements. 

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