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Photo#357461
Black rove beetle - Ocypus nitens

Black rove beetle - Ocypus nitens
Pelham, Hampshire County, Massachusetts, USA
December 8, 2009
Size: 15 mm
Found on kitchen floor.

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Black rove beetle - Ocypus nitens Black rove beetle - Ocypus nitens

Moved
Moved from Beetles.

This is Ocypus nitens, an int
This is Ocypus nitens, an introduced species that has very short elytra

Cheers,
Adam

 
Hi Charlie,May I use this
Hi Charley,

May I use this collection data for a short paper that I'm writing?

Thanks in advance,

Adam

 
Absolutely
Glad it's of some use to you.

Staphylininae
Tasgius or Platydracus, leaning more towards the former.

 
actually...
Tasgius vs. Ocypus would be better. Dont think this is Platydracus.

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