June bug or Junebug may refer to: June Bugs are a common speces of beetles found in most of the United States and North America. They are most commonly found in the Southwest United States mainly in New Mexico. Majority of them live in forests along rivers. Some can be seen in urban settings. Large cities such as Albuquerque, Santa Fe, and Denver are home to some of the largest species ever recorded. Beetles:
- Phyllophaga (genus), a genus of beetles in the subfamily Melolonthinae of the family Scarabaeidae, also known as June bugs or June Beetles
- The Green June beetle (Cotinis nitida), of the southeastern United States
- The Ten-lined June beetle (Polyphylla decemlineata), of the western United States and Canada
- The Figeater beetle (Cotinis mutabilis), of the western and southwestern United States
- The European chafer (Rhizotrogus majalis/Amphimallon majalis), a Scarabaeidae beetle native to continental Europe, but now also in North America
- June bug, common name given to Mayflies by residents of Essex County, Ontario
In film and music:
- Junebug (film), a 2005 film
- "Junebug", a song by The B-52s
- "Junebug", a song by Sparklehorse from the album Good Morning Spider
- "Junebug", a song by Robert Francis
- "June Bug", a song by Melvins
- June Bug, wife of Bucky Bug, a Disney comic character
- Junebug, a Funky Winkerbean character
- AEA June Bug, an early aircraft designed by Glenn Curtiss and built by the Aerial Experiment Association in 1908
- June bug (cocktail), an alcoholic cocktail
- "Junebug", a nickname for Dale Earnhardt Jr.
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