from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- A family of lamellicorn beetles, taking name from the genus Dynastes, and containing a few forms remarkable for their great size and strength. They are chiefly tropical, and burrow in the ground. The Hercules-beetle, elephant-beetle, and atlas-beetle are examples. The group is usually-merged in Scarabæidæ.
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