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Darkling beetle - Subfamily Opatrinae? - Stenomorpha opaca

Darkling beetle - Subfamily Opatrinae? - Stenomorpha opaca
Colorado Springs, El Paso County, Colorado, USA
August 23, 2008
Size: 1 cm
A Darkling beetle, maybe Subfamily Opatrinae?
The white material on it's back looks like it had escaped from a spider web.

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Darkling beetle - Subfamily Opatrinae? - Stenomorpha opaca Darkling beetle - Subfamily Opatrinae? - Stenomorpha opaca

Moved tentatively
Moved from Asidini.

Moved
Moved from Darkling Beetles.

Pimeliinae, Asidini
It looks to me like Asidopsis opaca (Say, 1824), but Kojun might have a different idea.

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