The Eastern Eyed Click beetle (Alaus oculatus) gets its name from the large eyes on its head which are false eyes in reality.
The American Carrion beetle (Necrophila americana) has a mostly black color and a white to pale yellow pronotum.
Ashy Gray Lady beetles (Olla v-nigrum) have a light gray color which can appear white.
Twenty-spotted Lady beetles (Psyllobora vigintimaculata) have a white body with black spots that have orange margins.
Ironclad beetles have a striking black and white body. White is the dominant color of the bug with an irregular central black line backed by black spots.
The Pigweed Flea beetle (Disonycha glabrata) is named after the pigweed plant it consumes. This plant is used in the traditional feeding of pigs.
Cottonwood Borers (Plectrodera scalator) are a known invasive species of Balsam cottonwood trees and other species of trees.
The Texas Eyed Click beetle (Alaus lusciosus) is one of the species with multiple techniques of evading predation which include self-mimicry.
Tumbling Ragdolls (Mordella marginata) have an elongated body with a tail-like long abdomen.
Ocellated Tiger beetles (Cicindela ocellata) grow to a size of up to 13mm.