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Predaceous Diving Beetle - Cybister fimbriolatus - male

Predaceous Diving Beetle - Cybister fimbriolatus - Male
Daphne (Village Point Preserve), Baldwin County, Alabama, USA
March 12, 2010
Even after rolling it over, diving beetles all look alike to me. If you're thinking I'd like some help, you're right. Thanks

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Predaceous Diving Beetle - Cybister fimbriolatus - male Predaceous Diving Beetle - Cybister fimbriolatus

Moved

Dytiscus
maybe D. hybridus? Loh should know :)

 
Male Cybister fimbriolatus rather...
Note the broadened hind legs and large apical tibial spurs which are both characteristic for this genus.

 
I forgot...
to check the broadness of the hind legs. I was going on the spurs, which I must have mis-interpreted...grrr...:)

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