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Tiger Beetle Head for Guide Page

Tiger Beetle Head for Guide Page
Tiger beetles differ from other Carabidae in having the clypeus (I) wider than distance between antennal sockets
I - Clypeus; II - Labrum; III - Frons
Yellow, distance between antennal sockets; red, width of clypeus

Moved from Tiger Beetles.

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