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Genus Dichelotarsus

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Mating Bugs - Dichelotarsus - male - female Cantharid of some kind ? - Dichelotarsus Cantharid of some kind ? - Dichelotarsus Unknown Mating Beetles from California - Dichelotarsus Unknown Mating Beetles from California - Dichelotarsus Beetle, this image shows horisontal stripping on body - Dichelotarsus Beetle, blister family? - Dichelotarsus Soldier Beetle - Dichelotarsus

Rhagonycha? - Dichelotarsus pattoni Cantharid - Dichelotarsus pattoni Podabrus pattoni? - Dichelotarsus pattoni Soldier Beetle - Dichelotarsus pattoni Dichelotarsus pattoni soldier beetle - Dichelotarsus pattoni Beetle - Dichelotarsus pattoni Soldier Beetle - Dichelotarsus pattoni

Soldier beetle - Dichelotarsus puberulus Soldier beetle - Dichelotarsus puberulus Soldier beetle - Dichelotarsus puberulus Beetle crawling around - Dichelotarsus puberulus Beetle flying away - Dichelotarsus puberulus Malthacus puberulus? - Dichelotarsus puberulus Black with a little bit of red on the pronotum & at antenna bases - Dichelotarsus puberulus

Podabrus laevicollis (Kirby) - Dichelotarsus laevicollis

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