A coleopterist is the name given to an entomologist who specialises in studying beetles. The name coleopterist is derived from the name of the Order of beetles, Coleoptera.
Charles Darwin was a famous coleopterist and spent considerable time collecting beetles long before his famous voyage on The Beagle and the development of his ideas on evolution.
The cover of the February 2009 AES Bulletin showing a picture of Charles Darwin. Darwin was a famous coleopterist.
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