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Photo#209609
Beetle - Omorgus suberosus

Beetle - Omorgus suberosus
Sand Springs, Osage County, Oklahoma, USA
August 1, 2008
Size: 16mm (5/8")
Please help with ID.

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Moved

I'd say Omorgus is right.
:-)

Check out Omorgus - Hastate Hide Beetles
in the guide here

 
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I thought it might be a hide beetle at first. But it still doesn't look quite right to me.
Not at all questioning your knowledge but are you sure ?

 
Feel free to question it! :-)
We aren't even close to being knowledgeable here. We were just saying it reminded us of these guys and you might want to take a look at them. They seem very close to us, but hopefully one of the coleopterists will come by and give you a firm ID.

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