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Agonum anchomenoides

Agonum anchomenoides
Bow River, Calgary, Alberta, Canada
August 2, 2008
Size: 7 mm
Not too sure about genus for this one...probably another Bembidion or Agonum

Moved from Platynini.

Agonum anchomenoides (Randall 1838)
Keyed from Lindroth; species can be recognized by truncate terminal maxillary segments and characteristic dorsal colouration; widespread species in the north.

Moved from Ground Beetles.

Need sharper image
for identification beginning with tribe.

Image updated

By reason of gestalt I favor Agonum
for your new image; but still not 100% sure.

Thanks..will have to reshoot
Thanks..will have to reshoot the specimen.

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