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Photo#40246
Beetle - Ateuchus

Beetle - Ateuchus
Lady Lake, Lake County, Florida, USA
December 30, 2005
Size: 7mm
Found in garage, not living.

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Another new genus - Ateuchus
From Florida, this is almost certainly Ateuchus lecontei (Harold) - you have three spp., one described quite recently. If your inclined - a photo of the hind tibia and a side view of the pronotum would be helpful. Species of this genus are 'unarmed' [neither gender has horns or tubercles]. Not clear from this shot, but the clypeus is notched - see another example.

Good going!

Dung Beetle
A dung beetle of some kind. See here.

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