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A Monograph of the Aphodiini Inhabiting the United States and Canada (Coleoptera:Scarabaeidae:Aphodiini)

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Do you get Aphodius foetens i


Aphodius fimetarius


thanks for the hard work!


Looks like...


Moved, Aphodius fimetarius

Aphodius fimetarius

Moved, Aphodius fimetarius

Moved, must be fimetarius

Moved, Aphodius fimetarius

...finishing her Aphodius fimetarius meal

Aphodius fimetarius [or its sibling sp.]


Actually, pretty sure it is fimetarius!

Wow! They are very similar bu

Aphodius fimetarius


Aphodius fimetarius

has to be Aphodius fimetarius indeed


Bummer part

Aphodius fimetarius

Boris makes the case for fimetarius.


good deal

Well, I don't know if they ar

Aphodius fimetarius