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Photo#212015
Half-white antennae carabid, - Stolonis intercepta

Half-white antennae carabid, - Stolonis intercepta
Picture Rocks, NW of Tucson, Pima County, Arizona, USA
August 8, 2008
Size: 7 mm

Moved
Moved from Ground Beetles.

must by Oxycrepis (Stolonis) intercepta (Chaud.)
(genus suggested by Dr K.V. Makarov)

 
Thank you,
now I have to ask the editors for a page....

 
but...
...that's not such a bad thing, right?

 
Right.
and I think I finally figured out how. is Trechinae still the SF?

 
nooooooo... not even close --
that's why i failed to figure it out... it's in Harpalinae > Loxandrini, accg.to Amer.Beetles print 4

 
Oops
better fix the page request

Moved
Moved from Beetles.

isn't AZ a nice place to live
i dunno what it is, but it's not even in the same subfam. as Apenes. i'd shop around Trechinae...

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