Alaus oculatus Trusted
© Patrick Coin
Flickr: EOL Images
© Mary Keim
© Discover Life and original sources
See all media
See all maps
Learn more about this article
Alaus oculatus is found throughout the eastern United States, from Quebec to Florida and west to Texas and South Dakota.
Biogeographic Regions: nearctic (Native )
© The Regents of the University of Michigan and its licensors
Animal Diversity Web
13 other items
348 other items
17 other items
724 other items
789 other items
EOL content hunter & gatherer
Katja Schulz changed the thumbnail image of "Eyed Click Beetle (Alaus oculatus)".
about 1 month ago
Katja Schulz commented on "Physical Description":
The spots on the pronotum are not white. They're black, with a white ring.
8 months ago
Deniz Martinez set "Eyed Click Beetle" as an exemplar on "Elateridae".
9 months ago
Deniz Martinez marked the common name "red oak borer" in an unknown language from "Alaus oculatus (Linnaeus)" as untrusted.
Deniz Martinez marked the common name "Click beetle" in an unknown language from "Alaus oculatus (Linnaeus)" as untrusted.
search millions of data records on EOL
Become part of the EOL community!
Join EOL now
Already a member?
Visit the Biodiversity Heritage Library