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Photo#1180118
Dineutus sp? - Dineutus

Dineutus sp? - Dineutus
Point Pelee National Park, Ontario, Canada
August 25, 2015
Size: ~10-15 mm
Whirligig beetles photographed at the Point Pelee marsh at the southernmost tip of Ontario. I had a quick look at the American Beetles key: the scutellum is concealed, elytra with no sign of impressed striae, elytra and pronotum appear glabrous laterally, and overall large size brought me to Dineutus.
None in the guide for Canada, so thought it might be worth a post!

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Dineutus sp? - Dineutus Dineutus sp? - Dineutus

Moved
Moved from Gyrininae.

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