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Carabidae Scaphinotus? - Stenomorpha

Carabidae Scaphinotus? - Stenomorpha
Riverton, Fremont County, Wyoming, USA
September 17, 2016
Size: 2cm
There were two beetles that looked similar. One was blue grey. The other was black. I will post the black one separately.

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Carabidae Scaphinotus? - Stenomorpha Carabidae Scaphinotus? - Stenomorpha Carabidae Scaphinotus? - Stenomorpha

Moved, Stenomorpha (opaca?)
Moved from ID Request.

 
Yes Stenomorpha opaca.
Yes Stenomorpha opaca.

 
Thank you
Thanks for your help.

Darkling
A Darkling Beetle, family Tenebrionidae.

Another may take further.

 
thank you
thank you, I wasn't even close!

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