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Photo#136692
Beetle - Centronopus calcaratus

Beetle - Centronopus calcaratus
Busch Conservation Area, St. Charles County, Missouri, USA
August 4, 2007
Size: ~30 mm
Beetle. Feeding on rotting wood?

Moved tentatively
Moved from Tenebrioninae.

Moved
Moved from Tenebrioninae.

 
[withdrawn, sorry]
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Moved
Moved from Tenebrioninae.

Moved
Moved from Darkling Beetles.

Darkling Beetle
Family Tenebrionidae

 
Thanks for the help. :)
Thanks for the help. :)

 
Kojun Kanda should be able
to give you a closer ID. If IDs are important to you, shoot the beetle from many views and in good lighting. Sometimes very minor details need to be seen (underside, head, terminal sternite, elytral apex, antennae, etc.) in order to key the specimen.

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