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Which Darkling Beetle? - Eleodes scabricula

Which Darkling Beetle? - Eleodes scabricula
Portola, Plumas County, California, USA
July 7, 2011
Size: 2 cm x 2.5 cm
Any idea about which Darkling beetle this is? More pronounced thorax than others we have found. Found under rock under Yellow Pine.

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Which Darkling Beetle? - Eleodes scabricula Which Darkling Beetle? - Eleodes scabricula

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Eleodes scabriculus would be
Eleodes scabriculus would be my best guess given the size, locality, and rugose elytra/wide pronotum

 
thanks, Kojun

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Not an expert
so I may be way off, but just browsing the guide on first glance it looks like the tribe Amphidorini might be a good place to start.

something a bit like this maybe?


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