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Photo#461995
Ateuchus histeroides

Ateuchus histeroides
Middleburg, Clay County, Florida, USA
September 21, 2010
Size: 6mm
Gainsville Gold dung trap

Det. M.C. Thomas, 2010.

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A. histeroides
By fiddling with the picture I managed to get the lateral view to where I could see the base of the pronotum, which does descend below the level of the base of the elytra, making this A. histeroides. A better lit picture would help, though.

 
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new to BG?

Ateuchus
Don't have my distributional information handy, but a good way to separate A. lecontei and A. histeroides is a lateral view of pronotum and base of elytra.

 
Does this help
I am working on my picture taking

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