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What Tom's pupa turned into - Denticollis denticornis

What Tom's pupa turned into - Denticollis denticornis
Mt. Washington, Coos County, New Hampshire, USA
June 8, 2007
Size: 10 - 12 mm
Several days after shooting the pupa, now kept at room temperature in a cubicle in a plastic parts-sorter box, I peered in and saw this handsome click beetle, a species I had reared previously in fact. The genus has only one species in North America.

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