Adult June bugs generally feed off of vegetation, including leaves from trees and other plants. When June bugs are in the larvae stage, they live underground and eat the roots of plants that grow underground. More »

There are several insect species that feed on or otherwise damage sound, healthy wood, including termites, carpenter ants and carpenter bees. When wood is damaged or wet, it may be susceptible to attack by other bugs and... More »

Adult lightning bugs usually eat other either insects, pollen or nectar, although some species, like the European glow-worm, have no mouth and are unable to eat at all. Larval lightning bugs are predators, eating worms, ... More »

Some grubs do grow into June beetles. June beetle larvae are known as white grubs; during this stage of development, the grub lives under the soil and eats a wide variety of plants, including grasses, corn, small grains,... More »

Roly polys, or pillbugs as they're also known, eat decomposing vegetation. This includes rotting vegetables, fruits, plants, grasses and weeds. When roly polys are raised in captivity, they can be fed fish flakes, apples... More »

Scarab beetles eat vegetation and insects, while the dung beetle survives on the waste material of livestock, but no species of scarab beetle eats human flesh. The assumption that scarab beetles eat human flesh comes fro... More »

June bugs are dark brown to black beetles found in North America. They hide in trees by day and are most often seen in large swarms at night during the early summer. Captured June bugs are used to feed pet toads and liza... More »