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Scarites vicinus ? - Scarites subterraneus

Scarites vicinus ? - Scarites subterraneus
Swan Creek, Harford County, Maryland, USA
June 26, 2018
Size: 20.5 mm
Antennomeres 8-10 are longer than they are wide.

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in this view, yes..
but this is just the side-view of the antennae. The important view for comparing their proportions is with the full face of the segments in view. Based on the relatively small body size, this is surely the common S. subterraneus.

 
Much obliged
Thanks for examining these photos in detail and explaining what to look for. This will help me with future encounters.

 
See for example:
Side/top view of antennae (as in your photo):

Same beetle, full-face view:

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