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Spiny-legged Rove Beetle - Coprophilus striatulus

Spiny-legged Rove Beetle - Coprophilus striatulus
Edmundston, Madawaska County, New Brunswick, Canada
May 9, 2014
Size: 5,4mm
Which subfamily or species?

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Spiny-legged Rove Beetle - Coprophilus striatulus Spiny-legged Rove Beetle - Coprophilus striatulus Spiny-legged Rove Beetle - Coprophilus striatulus

thanks, Taro

 
Thanks... C. castoris will ha
Thanks... C. castoris will have to wait..

Looks like Coprophilus striat
Looks like Coprophilus striatulus.

 
G. Makranczy confirms: "Coprophilus - maybe striatulus?"

Coprophilus?
Moved from Rove Beetles.

 
In "Checklist of the Beetles
In "Checklist of the Beetles of Maine, USA" Coprophilus castoris is mentioned to be present in NB

 
hope Dr Makranczy chimes in
this is a lovely beast

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