May beetle
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British pronunciation/mˈeɪ bˈiːtəl/
American pronunciation/mˈeɪ bˈiːɾəl/
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a common scarab beetle characterized by its robust body and active presence during the spring and early summer months

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may beetle definition and meaning

What is a "may beetle"?

A may beetle is a common insect belonging to the scarab beetle family. These beetles are typically brown or black in color and have a robust body with a distinctive shape. May beetles are most active during the spring and early summer months, hence their common names. They are attracted to light sources and often fly around outdoor lights at night. The larvae of may beetles, known as white grubs, live in the soil and feed on plant roots, which can sometimes cause damage to lawns and gardens.

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any of various large European beetles destructive to vegetation as both larvae and adult

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