A ground beetle, one of the many bugs that could be in your house. Ground beetles (Carabidae), such as this false bombardier beetle (Galerita sp.), are happy out in nature, but will often wander into homes and roam around looking for prey (or a way to make it back outside). They will feed on many types of small arthropods, ripping them apart with powerful mandibles.
A ground beetle, one of the many bugs that could be in your house. Ground beetles (Carabidae), such as this false bombardier beetle (Galerita sp.), are happy out in nature, but will often wander into homes and roam around looking for prey (or a way to make it back outside). They will feed on many types of small arthropods, ripping them apart with powerful mandibles. Matt Bertone
A ground beetle, one of the many bugs that could be in your house. Ground beetles (Carabidae), such as this false bombardier beetle (Galerita sp.), are happy out in nature, but will often wander into homes and roam around looking for prey (or a way to make it back outside). They will feed on many types of small arthropods, ripping them apart with powerful mandibles. Matt Bertone

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