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Photo#110259
Ground Beetle - Scarites subterraneus

Ground Beetle - Scarites subterraneus
Stormville, Dutchess County, New York, USA
May 15, 2007
Size: 20mm
A very cool beetle with digging legs and big mandibles found under a rock.

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Ground Beetle - Scarites subterraneus Ground Beetle - Scarites subterraneus

Moved
Moved from Scarites.

Yes, a Ground Beetle
of the genus Scarites.

 
looks like subterraneus
Based on geographic location, this could be S. subterraneus or quadriceps, but antennomeres 8-10 are not longer than broad, as in quadriceps.

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