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Sumitrosis inaequalis? - Sumitrosis inaequalis

Sumitrosis inaequalis? - Sumitrosis inaequalis
Ledges State Park, Boone County, Iowa, USA
July 31, 2011

Every single time I've seen these things, it looks like they're bowing. Sumitrosis inaequalis? What's the point of the kneel?

Moved from Sumitrosis.

Moved from Beetles.

It's not bowing down to you...
it's mooning you! :)

That certainly makes more sense!

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