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Photo#12056
Darkling Beetle - Isomira

Darkling Beetle - Isomira
Fort Bragg, Cumberland County, North Carolina, USA
May 29, 2004
Not great photo....Id'd as possible Darkling by Paul Choate.

Moved
Moved from Isomira.

Moved

Moved
Moved from Darkling Beetles.

(sub)family Alleculinae(dae)
Hi Lynette, I do not know how you treat it in America.

Genus is probably Isomira - common in vegetation on dry, grassy places, larvae live in the ground.

cheers, Boris

I agree.
Most likely some kind of tenebrionid.

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