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Orange and Black - Badister elegans

Orange and Black - Badister elegans
Elgin, Comanche County, Oklahoma, USA
August 20, 2017
Size: 6mm
Came to light.


Moved, Badister neopulchellus
Moved from Beetles.

Even with
a black pronotum?

wow, good catch
not sure how I missed that. I think B. elegans is a better choice. Thanks!

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