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Tiger Beetle - Parvindela terricola

Tiger Beetle - Parvindela terricola
Blythe Lake, Columbia NWR , Grant County, Washington, USA
July 14, 2019
Size: 1/2 inch + or -
Observed near a potential boat or kayak launch

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Moved from Tiger Beetles.

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Moved from ID Request.

Variable Tiger Beetle
This might be something like Cylindera terricola, but I'm not sure of the subspecies. Hold on for an expert.

 
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Bob, it was my understanding that anyone who commented on this site IS an expert.

 
Nope
Most people who comment are not experts, even Mark, who commented below. However, he has vastly-more experience with Beetles, than I do. I would believe pretty much everything that he might say about them.
Some experts are labeled as such, on their profiles, especially when they are not editors. One example is: Ross Hill - Otherwise, some of the editors are real experts, such as the two doctors: John S. Ascher & Matthias Buck
Some contributors are considered to be very experienced and close enough to an expert, for a reliable ID. That is the reason why I waited to move your image into this species.
In other words, I'm now following Mark's advice. An expert will tell us if he is correct about the sub-species. (Cylindera terricola imperfecta)

 
Yes, this is
Cylindera terricola, by range should be imperfecta. I agree wait for an expert to confirm.

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