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Photo#564842
Schizophilus subrufus

Schizophilus subrufus
Marlton, Burlington County, New Jersey, USA
August 18, 2011
Size: Maybe around 6 mm?
I can take more shots if it would help.

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Moved
Moved from Click Beetles.

Your beetle is ....
actually a false click beetle. The second antennal segment is subterminally placed on the basal segment. The eucnemid in question is identified as Schizophilus subrufus (Randall).

 
Thanks!
I think this is my first false click!

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