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Photo#1688165
Black Ground Beetle

Black Ground Beetle
Dunwoody, Dekalb County, Georgia, USA
July 6, 2019
Size: 1 inch

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Moved from Darkling Beetles.

agreed, looks helopine

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Moved from ID Request.

Darkling?
I would like to echo Margarethe's comment on the importance of a dorsal shot. If you have one, please upload, that would help with the ID.

Instead of a Ground Beetle, I might suggest Tenebrionidae, something in Tribe Helopini. Compare (Not an ID):


You images are technically nice
but for carabid identification an undistorted straight dorsal shot is essential

 
Ground Beetle ID
Sorry - beetle was quite active and escaped before I could get a dorsal view.

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