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Photo#242915
Scarab - unident - Cremastocheilus castaneae

Scarab - unident - Cremastocheilus castaneae
Ward Pound Ridge Reservation, Westchester County, New York, USA
May 5, 2007
Size: 10 mm +/-

Moved
Moved from Cremastocheilus.

 
Nice to see that you guys nev
Nice to see that you guys never give up on this stuff, even after 3 years. Thank you.

Cremastocheilus castaneae Knoch
One of the commoner (well, for a Cremastocheilus that is) and wide-spread species in the eastern half of the US, from CO to ME.

 
Thanks very much for the ID.
Thanks very much for the ID. Wow, it's not very well represented in BG.

canaliculatus?
let's wait for Dr Warner.

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