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Limonius 01 - Gambrinus rudis

Limonius 01 - Gambrinus rudis
Tippecanoe County, Indiana, USA
June 17, 2006
Size: 14 mm
On the larger side for the genus. Probably L. griseus.

Moved from Limonius.

Similar to griseus; a little larger and more bronzy pronotum. The prosternum is black and the pronotal hind angles are divergent. Of the three in this series, two were L. rudis and one looks very different. May even not be a Limonius.

Guess I didn't look at them as close I thought I did, lol.

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