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Tribe Dendrometrini


Click Beetle 2 - Limonius basilaris Click Beetle - Elathous brevicornis Steigerwald Lake Click Beetle 1 - Athous vittiger Elaterid - Gambrinus plebejus Click beetle - Athous Beetle - Limonius basilaris - male Beetle - Athous acanthus Pennsylvania Beetle for ID - Limonius basilaris

Reared unknown beetle - Denticollis denticornis Reared unknown beetle - Denticollis denticornis Reared unknown beetle - Denticollis denticornis What Tom's pupa turned into - Denticollis denticornis Denticollis denticornis Click Beetle - Denticollis denticornis beetle - Denticollis denticornis Soldier Beetle at light - Denticollis denticornis

Click Beetle - Hemicrepidius pallidipennis Click Beetle - Hemicrepidius pallidipennis 09- Click Beetle - Hemicrepidius bilobatus  Melanotus? - Hemicrepidius bilobatus click beetle - Hemicrepidius hemipodus Beetle - black thorax reddish brown abdomen - Hemicrepidius decoloratus Athous acanthus? - Hemicrepidius decoloratus Large black urban elaterid - Hemicrepidius obscurus