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Photo#1670818
Car Tre Bem: Elaphropus sp.? - Elaphropus obesulus

Car Tre Bem: Elaphropus sp.? - Elaphropus obesulus
Picture Rocks, Pima County, Arizona, USA
June 4, 2019
Size: 3mm

Moved
Moved from Elaphropus.

Elaphropus obesulus (LeConte)
Elaphropus obesulus (LeConte) is my physical determination for this specimen which is added to the PWM synoptic set of North American Caraboidea. With proportionately very robust elytra, this species with aptly named epithet is easily distinguished from other Elaphropus. Thank you Margarethe.

Moved
Moved from Ground Beetles.

It ought to be Elaphropus.
I already have some ideas about it. It will be interesting to examine this one.

 
great!

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