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Diving beetle - Hydaticus aruspex

Diving beetle - Hydaticus aruspex
Clifford E. Lee Nature Sanctuary, Alberta, Canada
June 29, 2009
This kept landing on the car, probably mistaking the reflection for water.

Moved from Hydaticus.

male Hydaticus (aruspex?)
Tim may set me straight about sp.

Yes- H. aruspex
The most common Hydaticus around here

How big?
even guesses help

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