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Photo#213791
Beetle - Centronopus opacus

Beetle - Centronopus opacus
Sand Springs, Osage County, Oklahoma, USA
August 13, 2008
Size: 16mm (5/8")
Found on wood pile.
Please help with ID.

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Centronopus opacus LeConte --det. W.E. Steiner
his comment: "Not common in collections. I published the first OK record for this in 1983"

[you see, Sam -- not even three years have passed, and here we are, victorious! thanks for this nice addition; please try to furnish more pix of this interesting beetle. =v=]

Moved from Darkling Beetles.

Darkling beetle.
Family is Tenebrionidae, not sure beyond that.

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