There are over 300,000 different types of beetle species in the United States.
Male beetles tend to have a larger body size and antler size then female beetles.
Yes, beetles can bite because they do have a mouth. However, typically beetles don't bite unless they feel threatened.
Blister beetles, stag beetles, and longhorned beetles are known to bite more so then other beetle species. However, once again it is rare that a beetle would bite.
Yes, some species of beetles can fly such as June bugs.
A beetle's diet will vary based on the particular species. However, in general beetles are herbivores.
Yes, technically lightning bugs and fireflies are considered beetles