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Coleoptera > Carabidae > Cyclosomini > Tetragonoderus pallidus? - Tetragonoderus pallidus

Coleoptera > Carabidae > Cyclosomini > Tetragonoderus pallidus? - Tetragonoderus pallidus
Lokern Ecological Preserve, Kern County, California, USA
June 30, 2017
Size: 4mm
Lokern Ecological Preserve, bet Buttonwillow & McKittrick
Center of Preserve is approximately N35.377° W119.575°
Collected from arrays of unbaited pitfall traps, at night.
From desert scrub shrubland (Atriplex polycarpa).
Collected by Greg Warrick and Christopher Hauser,
Center for Natural Lands Management.

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Coleoptera > Carabidae > Cyclosomini > Tetragonoderus pallidus? - Tetragonoderus pallidus Coleoptera > Carabidae > Cyclosomini > Tetragonoderus pallidus? - Tetragonoderus pallidus

Moved
On the assumption that the differences in photo are due to tricks in lighting/shadows on specimens (especially pronotum)
Moved from Ground Beetles.

Moved
Moved from Beetles.

Moved
Moved from ID Request.

One in the middle looks right
The other two look pretty different to me, but someone more familiar with western species should be able to tell.

 
Thank you
Thanks for your help. Do you think maybe the outer two are in the same genus, but different species?

 
Wish I could help more,
but I don't know enough about western carabids to recognize these. Someone will see them eventually and be able to tell.

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