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Photo#159717
Black and Gold Rove Beetle - Philonthus cognatus

Black and Gold Rove Beetle - Philonthus cognatus
Puyallup, Pierce County, Washington, USA
December 4, 2007
Size: around 12 mm

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Black and Gold Rove Beetle - Philonthus cognatus Black and Gold Rove Beetle - Philonthus cognatus

Moved
Moved from Philonthus.
I created a page for it, considering the ID as fairly confident.

 
Thanks
for your help Boris.

Moved
Moved from Rove Beetles.

Philonthus
. . . and by colour, size, form of head, and most important, first antennal segment yellow on underside (seen on side view picture) I bet it is P.cognatus - one of the most common species in Europe and likely, in America also!

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