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Family Pythidae - Dead Log Beetles


beetle - Priognathus monilicornis beetle - Priognathus monilicornis Salpingidae or Tenebrionidae? - Priognathus monilicornis Beetle - Priognathus monilicornis Ground Beetle? - Priognathus monilicornis Pythid.... - Priognathus monilicornis Woodland Beetle - Priognathus monilicornis Prigonathus monilicornis - Priognathus monilicornis

Red Pytho - Pytho americanus Dead Log Beetle - Pytho niger Pythos in love - Pytho niger - male - female Pythos in love triangle - Pytho americanus - male P. planus or something else? - Pytho americanus Pytho takes wing - Pytho americanus Dead Log Beetle larva - Pytho seidlitzi Pytho sp. - Pytho americanus

Tenebrionid Beetle? - Sphalma quadricollis Tenebrionid Beetle? - Sphalma quadricollis Tenebrionid Beetle? - Sphalma quadricollis

Arizona's Dead Log Beetle - Trimitomerus riversii - male Beetle with huge 3 last members of antennae - Trimitomerus riversii - male Beetle with huge 3 last members of antennae - Trimitomerus riversii Trimitomerus riversii  at blacklight - Trimitomerus riversii The big one is Trimitomerus riversii, but is the small one the same sp.? - Trimitomerus riversii The big one is Trimitomerus riversii, but is the small one the same sp.? - Trimitomerus riversii