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Photo#278479
Click Beetle - Limonius basilaris

Click Beetle - Limonius basilaris
Middlesex County, Massachusetts, USA
May 22, 2009
Size: 5 mm
I saw the first one a couple days ago and suddenly they seem to be on every shrub in the woods. (I'm assuming all the 5 mm solid black click beetles are the same kind.)

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Click Beetle - Limonius basilaris Click Beetle - Limonius basilaris

Moved
Moved from Limonius. Two locally common species, one of which has short antennomeres 2+3 and reddish hind angles of pronotum.

a familiar-looking Limonius
later

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