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Dorsal habitus of Nebria brevicollis - Nebria brevicollis

Dorsal habitus of Nebria brevicollis - Nebria brevicollis
Size: 10-14 mm

Great habitus in high resolution.
For BugGuide purpose, what locality do you think was assigned to this image? One might infer somewhere in western Oregon from the sentence by LaBonte (2011: p529) on Nebia brevicollis in North America. This adventive species differs from Nearctic native Nebria by the presence of setae atop tarsi (not discernible in this habitus image).

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