Click beetles are known for their clicking mechanism. Elateridae, Cerophytidae, Eucnemidae, and Plastoceridae are some identical families of beetles, and these typical click beetles belong to Elateridae family. Although the species of all these families are closely related, not all of them possess the clicking process. There are so many other terms used for click beetles such as snapping beetles, spring beetles, skipjack, and elaters. Around 9000 species are known all around the world. You may also see them in your house where they often come to seek shelter in cold weather. Moreover, you may require to remove them because of the damages they cause to your fields and gardens.