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My what a long thorax you have... - Stenomorphus californicus

My what a long thorax you have... - Stenomorphus californicus
4 miles West of Winnsboro, Wood County, Texas, USA
June 12, 2013
Size: ~ 13mm
Came to MV/UV lights at night. Has an unusually long thorax on this carabid, help appreciated...

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My what a long thorax you have... - Stenomorphus californicus My what a long thorax you have... - Stenomorphus californicus

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Stenomorphus califonicus rufipes LeConte
for oh so many reasons.

 
Thanks Peter..
Appreciate the help...looks as through we may need? a species page for rufipes or modify existing page?

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Moved from Ground Beetles.

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