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Photo#113399
beetle?

beetle?
Kennebunk, ME, York County, Maine, USA
May 27, 2007
Size: ~14mm
ID please

Moved
Moved from Athoinae.

Moved
Moved from Click Beetles.

can be moved to Athoinae
*

Moved
Moved from Beetles.

Yes, Click Beetle,
family Elateridae. The long, narrow, slightly-flattened shape plus sharp back corners on pronotum are a pretty clear sign of family. The fair uniformity of size/shape in antennal segments also helps weed out other possibilities.

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