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Photo#179389
Carabid - unident. - Chlaenius tricolor

Carabid - unident. - Chlaenius tricolor
Jericho/Underhill Preserve, Nassau County, New York, USA
April 21, 2008
Size: 12mm +/-
Found under a log in a cutover shrubby area. Shot taken through a ziploc bag. A Chlaenius?

Moved

Moved
Moved from Beetles.

Chlaenius
of which common "C. tricolor" came first to mind based on coloration and pronotal shape. However, I can not commit to this species based on image.

 
ok, thanks for your help/conf
ok, thanks for your help/confirmation. i realize that many of these can't get past the genus.

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