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Chelonarium lecontei

Chelonarium lecontei
Simpsonville, South Carolina, USA
June 15, 1995
Note: the gold line across the pronotum is a lighting artifact from the ringlight used to aid in focusing.

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Chelonarium lecontei Chelonarium lecontei

Nice!
Nice specimen. Another family crossed of the Beetle Wish List.

Does the label underneath say "AT LIGHT"? Also, do you know the habitat type in which this was collected? Thanks.

 
yes
from my backyard light trap - see a few every year. Habitat is typical mixed piedmont forest w/ small creek

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