List of Threatened Fauna of Michigan - Insects - Beetles

Beetles

There are six species of threatened beetles in Michigan. Of these, three are species of special concern, one is threatened and one is endangered. One additional species is extinct in Michigan, although it previously had a viable population in the state. Two species of beetles with populations in Michigan are listed as federally endangered.

Species Common name State status Federal status
Brychius hungerfordi Hungerford's crawling water beetle Endangered Endangered
Dryobius sexnotatus Six-banded longhorn beetle Threatened
Liodessus cantralli Cantrall's bog beetle Special Concern
Lordithon niger Black lordithon rove beetle Special Concern
Nicrophorus americanus American burying beetle Extinct Endangered
Stenelmis douglasensis Douglas Stenelmis riffle beetle Special Concern

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