The Devil's coach horse is a long black rove beetle around 30mm long with a flattened head and sharp pincer mouthparts. This beetle is capable of inflicting a painful bite if handled.
Considering this, how do I get rid of devil's coach horse beetle?
From the information I have come across, the Devil's Coach Horse beetle are found rarely in the U.S. If it is instead our more common Rove Beetle, there is actually no need to take any action to get rid of them. They are harmless to you, and can simply be left alone.
Subsequently, question is, what is a coach horse?
The Devil's Coach-horse is a common black beetle that will be familiar to many people as it has a habit of sometimes wandering indoors. It is an aggressive little beast that readily puts on a threat display when confronted by a person very many times its size.
Is a black beetle poisonous?
Ground beetles are not considered to be dangerous to humans; they are not known to spread any diseases and while they can bite, they rarely do.
Are Devils coach horse beetles rare?
The Devil's coach horse is a common beetle of gardens, and can often be found under stones and in compost heaps. Devil's coach horses are voracious predators, emerging after dark to prey on other invertebrates, and using their pincer-like jaws to crush them.