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Photo#352135
red beetle - Dendroides ephemeroides

red beetle - Dendroides ephemeroides
5 miles south of Crescent City at Mill Creek Campground in Del Norte Redwoods State Park within Redwood National Park., Del Norte County, California, USA
June 23, 2009
Size: About one inch long.

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Moved from Dendroides.

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Moved from ID Request.

Is this the same as the other pics?
There are two other pictures of yours that were moved into Pyrochroidae, is this the same individual or a different one?

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Red Beetles
There are two different individuals with the unbranched antennae(but they look like the same species to me). Each has two photos. You can tell the difference by the ferns they are on--one is on the upper side of the fern and the other is on the lower side. There are two photos of a third individual with branched antennae that may be a male of the same species.

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