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Coleoptera - Scarites

Coleoptera - Scarites
Oconaloftee Visitor's Center, Swain County, North Carolina, USA
April 22, 2016

Moved, Scarites (a ventral shot may improve chances for ID)
Moved from ID Request.

Shape of antennomeres can be used to determine species.
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Scarites subterranean then by
Scarites subterranean then by the antennomeres? it was very small

Best to put under a microscope (or take a ventral shot, which I forgot about) as it can be hard to tell whether the view of the antennomeres is from the right angle. If it's from the wrong angle (oblique or side), the shape will be distorted.

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