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Eulichadidae, Stenocolus scutellaris LeConte, 1853 - Stenocolus scutellaris - female

Eulichadidae, Stenocolus scutellaris LeConte, 1853 - Stenocolus scutellaris - Female
Sequoia National Park, Tulare County, California, USA
August 1, 1932
Size: 21 mm.
Merry Christmas Phil, I was looking through the Wagner/Scott Collection and came across a unit tray of beetles that didn't have a family associated with them. So I did a bit of investigating and here you have the elusive Eulichadidae.

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Eulichadidae, Stenocolus scutellaris LeConte, 1853 - Stenocolus scutellaris - female Eulichadidae, Stenocolus scutellaris LeConte, 1853 - Stenocolus scutellaris - female Eulichadidae, Stenocolus scutellaris LeConte, 1853 - Stenocolus scutellaris - female Eulichadidae, Stenocolus scutellaris LeConte, 1853 - Stenocolus scutellaris - female

great job
this is one I've never seen - interesting.

So we are going to collect th
So we are going to collect these right? :)

 
We certainly can hope to see
We certainly can hope to see them if you make the trip in August (and you are correct in assuming the source of this specimen). I need to look through the odds and ends in my collection to see if I had picked them up in the past. Its not the kind of thing I would have ignored if the opportunity presented itself.

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