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shiny scarab - Ateuchus lecontei

shiny scarab - Ateuchus lecontei
Mobile, Robert's back yard, Mobile County, Alabama, USA
July 26, 2012
Mike, it looks like the ones we photographed have the single notch on the pronotum. gathering_2012

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shiny scarab - Ateuchus lecontei shiny scarab - Ateuchus lecontei

Moved
Moved from Ateuchus.

Moved
Moved from Beetles.

Ateuchus sp.
looks like A. histeroides based on lateral margin of pronotum. Wouldn't hurt to have a scarab guy confirm, though.

 
Ah, yes.
There's that notch that Mike Quinn talked about. He also photographed one and should be posting his better images next week sometime.

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