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Notiophilus aeneus

Notiophilus aeneus
Tippecanoe County, Indiana, USA
May 6, 2007
Size: 5 mm
Notiophilus aeneus. Pale, reddish legs as well as two apical elytral punctures. Found in forested area under/near dead squirrel.

aenus or aeneus?
Brad, you've been doing great with all the new additions to the guide! I was looking at the cbif pictures, and they have it spelled with an extra e. Did they misspell it?

Probably my mistake. Thanks for pointing it out.

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