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Photo#24860
 Darkling Beetle - Iphthiminus lewisii

Darkling Beetle - Iphthiminus lewisii
Golden, Jefferson County, Colorado, USA
July 9, 2005
Looks a bit like Alobates pennsylvanica, but the pronotum is wider.

Moved
Moved from Iphthiminus.

Iphthiminus lewisii (Horn)
serratus has stronger punctation on the pronotum and elytra and is not found in CO.

Iphthiminus sp.
This is almost certainly a species of Ipthiminus, possibly I. serratus. They are quite common in dry pine forests of the west.

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