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lightbulb carabids

lightbulb carabids
Hudson, Hillsborough County, New Hampshire, USA
January 11, 2006
Notice the spreadwing Colliuris pensylvanica on left. They run 7 - 8 mm long. Tiniest was close to 1mm.

Beatriz Moisset has suggested unlinking the images in this set and including them instead as thumbnails:

Moved from Ground Beetles.

Moved from Beetles.

some others intermixed . . .
In the center of the picture, there is an Aphodiine. And the very small ones - who can tell?

cheers, Boris

Very late reply...
you have a rove beetle on the far left..

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