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Carabid - Trichotichnus vulpeculus

Carabid - Trichotichnus vulpeculus
Tippecanoe County, Indiana, USA
September 12, 2005
Size: ~ 9 mm
Trichotichnus vulpeculus as far as I can tell. Hopefully someone can confirm or deny.

Well done Trichotichnus vulpeculus!
Brad, As far as I'm concerned, your approach to clear dorsal habitus photos are among the best! Interested mainly in taxonomy, I don't really care much for field photographs which tend to show ambiguous detail. I look forward to more interesting carabid species from Indiana -- similar to the fauna in my state.

I'll see what I can do
I've recently finished identifying (at least tentatively) the Carabidae in my collection and have over 130 species, mostly from IN and KY.

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