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Photo#430449
click beetle - Oestodes tenuicollis - female

click beetle - Oestodes tenuicollis - Female
Wolcott, Lamoille County, Vermont, USA
July 20, 2010
Size: 10.2mm

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click beetle - Oestodes tenuicollis - female click beetle - Oestodes tenuicollis - female

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O. tenuicollis, female

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I haven't had anyone to keep elaterids for, but I'll start saving a few of them now. I won't be back to this area in Vermont for another 4 weeks, but I'll look for another one when I get back up there.

 
Tom
I have actually begun tackling the elaterids seriously! Sometime I might want to see your specimens, if even to have vouchers for comparison, but for now I am starting with the southeast and getting comfortable with this fauna! Stay tuned, though! :)

 
Elaterid specimens
Blaine, I'll start saving some of the clicks for future vouchers. I can hold onto them for a year or so, until you're ready for them.

kept it? i can't see enough of the pronotum...
pls check -- i suspect it might be it

 
Didn't keep it
but I added a close up of the pronotum.

 
this is it!
pleeease save it the next time -- i'm sure it would be a welcome donation to UNH [or any other] collection, not to mention that we badly need the ID confirmed

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