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Photo#1028787
Scarabaeidae, dorsal - Melanocanthon nigricornis

Scarabaeidae, dorsal - Melanocanthon nigricornis
Weaver Dunes, Wabasha County, Minnesota, USA
July 6, 2014
Size: 8.6 mm
Collected in Dr. Cochran's snake confinementsin a sand prairie remnant

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Scarabaeidae, dorsal - Melanocanthon nigricornis Scarabaeidae, ventral - Melanocanthon nigricornis Scarabaeidae, hind leg - Melanocanthon nigricornis Scarabaeidae, lateral - Melanocanthon nigricornis Scarabaeidae, head - Melanocanthon nigricornis

Moved
Moved from Canthonini.

can we see a better shot of hind leg...
especially to determine if there are two (Melanocanthon) or one (Boreocanthon) metatibial spurs?

 
Thank you
for the good description.

 
thanks for the follow-up images
very helpful, thanks.

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