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Photo#1480821
Carabidae, perhaps N. aeneus - Notiophilus aeneus

Carabidae, perhaps N. aeneus - Notiophilus aeneus
100 Acre Wood, Winneshiek County, Iowa, USA
September 21, 2017
Size: 5 mm
on the ground in an oak/maple woods
Wow, what a good looking beetle. I'm glad to finally see one.
Dr. Kirk Larsen says: "Notiophilus aeneus is correct, pretty common in Winneshiek Co."

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Carabidae, perhaps N. aeneus - Notiophilus aeneus Carabidae, dorsal - Notiophilus aeneus Carabidae, head & pronotum - Notiophilus aeneus

Moved
Moved from Notiophilus.

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