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clerid, Enoclerus? - Enoclerus

clerid, Enoclerus? - Enoclerus
Rulo, Richardson County, Nebraska, USA
June 30, 1925
Size: 8.5 mm
ID help appreciated.

looks like E. lunatus... not sure it ranges that far NW
well, i see CO & KS records, though... must ask Jacques

Moved from Checkered Beetles.

Jacques Rifkind says: "Looks like E. lunatus to me,
"...though it's a little large, and a little difficult to say for certain, as the specimen appears to be in somewhat ragged shape. It has not previously been recorded from Nebraska."

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