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Dung Beetle - Phanaeus triangularis - female

Dung Beetle - Phanaeus triangularis - Female
New Braunfels, Comal County, Texas, USA
February 27, 2017
Size: 18mm
Curious on ID on this. Based on ID guide, seems to be in tribe that is not Canthonini. Based on tibiae terminally expanded (not slender).

Noticed it was gathering deer droppings.

Moved, Phanaeus triangularis texensis
Moved from ID Request.

 
Thanks Blaine, I am going to
Thanks Blaine, I am going to mark this as female based on review of pics.

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