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Photo#1621792
Dung Beetle

Dung Beetle
Kelly, Wyoming, USA
August 25, 2018
Size: 1cm ish

Moved

Moved
Moved from Dung Beetles.

Aphodiinae, not Scarabaeinae
and unless someone regional (Guy Hanley?) recognizes it, you are unlikely to get further ID from a lateral image

 
Wow
Interesting, because he rolled some dung away just like this guy at the same dung pile.

I had no idea there was another Family of dung beetles. Thanks!

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