Spotted Cucumber beetles (Diabrotica undecimpunctata) are one of the most common black and yellow beetles across North America.
Locust Borers (Megacyllene robiniae) are another species of black and yellow beetles. These bugs take the color of some of their favorite plants such as goldenrods.
The Eastern Hercules Beetles (Dynastes tityus) are some of the largest black and yellow beetles in the US. These bugs grow to a size of up to 7 inches.
Ornate Checkered Beetles (Trichodes ornatus) have black and yellow coloring. Yellow stripes are seen on the black elytra.
The Fourteen-spotted Lady Beetle (Propylea quatuordecimpunctata) has black and yellow coloring.
The Delta Flower Scarab (Trigonopeltastes delta) is one of the species of black and yellow beetles which mimics wasps.
Striped Cucumber Beetles (Acalymma vittatum) have a black and yellow body. These bugs have alternating black and yellow stripes.
Colorado Potato beetles (Leptinotarsa decemlineata) are some of the most common invasive black and yellow beetles.
Three-lined Potato beetles (Lema daturaphila) have yellow, black, and white stripes. Its antennae are black.
The Mottled Tortoise Beetle (Deloyala guttata) is one of the species of black and yellow beetles that change coloring.