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Beetle - Centronopus calcaratus

Beetle - Centronopus calcaratus
Hammond, Ontario, Canada
June 27, 2011
Size: about 2 cm
This beetle was on a piece of rotting poplar. I was only able to get this one photo before he rolled off into a crevice to escape me. I was wondering if anyone could tell me what type it is. Thank you.

Moved from ID Request.

you, everyone. :)

Yup, tenebrionid,
but maybe Centronopus calcaratus.

your beetle
the closest thing i found was Darkling Beetles..Blapstinus moestus

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