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Eulichadidae, Stenocolus scutellaris LeConte, 1853 - Stenocolus scutellaris - female

Eulichadidae, Stenocolus scutellaris LeConte, 1853 - Stenocolus scutellaris - Female
Sequoia National Park, Tulare County, California, USA
Size: 21 mm.

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Eulichadidae, Stenocolus scutellaris LeConte, 1853 - Stenocolus scutellaris - female Eulichadidae, Stenocolus scutellaris LeConte, 1853 - Stenocolus scutellaris - female Eulichadidae, Stenocolus scutellaris LeConte, 1853 - Stenocolus scutellaris - female Eulichadidae, Stenocolus scutellaris LeConte, 1853 - Stenocolus scutellaris - female

Wow,
good-sized beetle for being one of the last family holdouts!

 
I too was surprised by the si
I too was surprised by the size! I figured it had to be something tiny, but these are robust beetles. I've got the male and will photograph him next week. He is smaller, with long serrate antennae.

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