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Eucnemid? - Nematodes atropos

Eucnemid? - Nematodes atropos
March, Dallas County, Missouri, USA
June 6, 2014
Size: ~ 9 mm
Extracted from a Lindgren funnel trap by Jerry Wilson. Believe this to be a Eucnemid? Confirmation/correction, or further placement would be appreciated.

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Eucnemid? - Nematodes atropos Eucnemid? - Nematodes atropos

Moved

Yup...
it is a Nematodes. Nematodes atropos (Say) to be exact.

pretty cool... looks kinda Nematodes-y

Moved, Robert Otto will take it further
Moved from Beetles.

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