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Possible Eleodes? - Eleodes subtuberculata

Possible Eleodes? - Eleodes subtuberculata
Juniper Dunes Wilderness, Benton County, Washington, USA
April 13, 2014
Size: app. 2 cm
Please help identify this fast moving beetle I photographed in the Juniper Dunes Wilderness in eastern Washington.

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Possible Eleodes? - Eleodes subtuberculata Possible Eleodes? - Eleodes subtuberculata

Moved
Moved from Darkling Beetles.

These little tuberculate guys are only from the Pacific Northwest. The narrow and parallel sided pronotum separates this species from E. granulata which has an arcuate and broader than long pronotum.

might be, but no guessing with tenebs
intriguing bug; must show around

Moved from ID Request.

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