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Photo#29254
Tenebrio obscurus? - Tenebrio obscurus

Tenebrio obscurus? - Tenebrio obscurus
Verdun, Quebec, Canada
May 16, 1991
Size: about 2 cm
I got this specimen from a friend, who caught it a while ago (before I was born), and only get it identified today, when I went to the Canadian National Collection of Insects to identify it and some other beetles. The scientist I talked to said that it was a Tenebrio obscurus. Also, I digitally removed the pin for the picture.

Moved
Moved from Mealworm beetles.

I agree
Here's an excellent image to compare yours with:
http://entnemdept.ifas.ufl.edu/teneb/t_obscurus.htm

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