LEARN ALL ABOUT BRITAIN'S LARGEST BEETLE!

ABOUT STAGBEETLE.INFO

Stagbeetle.info is a site all about Britain’s largest beetle; the Stag Beetle (Lucanus cervus). It is run in conjunction with Royal Holloway, University of London, and curated by Dr Deborah Harvey.

It contains information about all aspects of the life of this rare and fascinating insect, as well as giving you the opportunity to help us to build up a picture of its whereabouts in the UK by sending us records of your Stag Beetle Sightings.

MONITORING THE STAG BEETLE

Help us to learn more about where Stag Beetles are living. If you’ve seen a Stag Beetle please send us information about the sighting.

FOLLOW THE LINKS BELOW TO DISCOVER MORE:

STAG BEETLE FAQS...

Find out the answers to some commonly asked questions about the Stag Beetle.

WHERE TO SEE STAG BEETLES...

Learn about the distribution and the habitat of the Stag Beetle in the UK.

THE LIFE CYCLE OF A STAG BEETLE...

Read about the life cycle of the Stag Beetle, and its development all the way from egg to fully formed beetle.

PREDATORS & THREATS...

Learn about the Beetle’s various predators, and other threats to its continued survival.

Do not reproduce any content without permission. For any enquiries relating to the information contained on this site, please fill out the contact form. For any enquiries relating to the images, please visit williamharveyphotography.co.uk