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Photo#56603
click beetle - Synchroa punctata

click beetle - Synchroa punctata
Collegedale, Hamilton County, Tennessee, USA
May 24, 2006
Size: close to 1 cm
What kind of click beetle?

Moved

pls move to Synchroa punctata
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Moved
Moved from Beetles.

Synchroidae

see

 
It does look very similar.
It might be that sp. The claws are actually more of a v shape on this one.

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ID
Melandriidae: Synchroa
not a click beetle, not even remotely

 
American Beetles,
which this site follows for taxonomy, has the synchroids in their own family, Synchroidae.

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