Tall Timbers Research Station, Leon County, Florida, USA
This flightless species occurs in red oak woods/pine oak hickory forest habitat in the Red Hills region. They dig ~20cm vertical burrows in sandy clay-loam soil and are most active during the cooler months of the year. In general, specific food sources have not been identified, but I have found a couple of specimens associated with deer and horse dung. There are very few populations known.
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