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Beetle - Geopinus incrassatus

Beetle - Geopinus incrassatus
Stow, Middlesex County, Massachusetts, USA
June 25, 2005
Size: 14mm
Found this one walking in a dirt parking area.

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Beetle - Geopinus incrassatus Beetle - Geopinus incrassatus

Actually a Geopinus incrassatus
A nice example of the interesting scarab-like carabid, Geopinus incrassatus. Its fossorial habits are suggested by the nice frosting of sand on the back.

Matt

 
Geopinus incrassatus
Thanks for the ID and the description.

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