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Photo#196806
Beetle June 2008 57 - Alobates pensylvanicus

Beetle June 2008 57 - Alobates pensylvanicus
Jim Thorpe, Carbon County, Pennsylvania, USA
June 6, 2008
Size: 3/4 inch

Moved
Moved from Darkling Beetles.

Alobates pennsylvanica
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Moved
Moved from Beetles.

Darkling beetle.
Family is Tenebrionidae. This could be Alobates, but I'll let an expert in that family take it from there.

 
Thanks! ^__^
Thanks! ^__^

Yuck
I have had lots of flying large, (xlarge) beetles outside lately. This looks like one. Except the ones I have been seeing are like 2 inches or more in length. I am in Kent County Delaware. Anyone know what the heck they are.

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