Duliticola is a genus of beetles of the family Lycidae. It is named after Mount Dulit in Borneo. The females stay in the larval form and are about 40–80 mm in length. They have a flat dark body with large scales over the head, resembling trilobites, hence the informal names “Trilobite beetle”, “Trilobite larva” or “Sumatran Trilobite larva”. The males are much smaller, 8–9 mm, with a beetle-like appearance. Most are found in tropical rain forests, notably in India and South-east Asia.
Urchin's development as it moves from egg to adult: During broadcast spawning the surrounding waters often become cloudy with tiny gametes. Fertilisation occurs when the sperm and eggs find their way to each other in the open ocean.