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Photo#1193688
Tenebrionidae - Coelocnemis sulcata

Tenebrionidae - Coelocnemis sulcata
Walnut Canyon National Monument, Pictograph Burn Unit, Coconino County, Arizona, USA
June 22, 1999
Pitfall trap, Ponderosa pine forest, Karen C. Short #500

Deposited in the Museum of Northern Arizona (MNA) for the National Park Service

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Moved tentatively based on the comment below...
Moved from Coelocnemis.

I beleive this is C. sulcata
Doyen (1973) reports that Arizona populations have very weakly sulcate elytra.

probably
C. magna
I could take this one to Aaron to confirm if you want

Moved
Moved from Darkling Beetles.

Coelocnemis sp
Golden hairs on the tarsi and habitat confirm the identity. See here: http://bugguide.net/node/view/50466

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