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Mycotrupes lethroides - male

Mycotrupes lethroides - Male
Augusta, Georgia, USA
December 15, 2003
Size: tbm
The most impressive of the five spp. - all flightless relicts of the pleistocene, found on isolated deep sand ridges from South Carolina to Florida. This sp. is restricted to Georgia. Females have the pronotum evenly (mostly) rounded.

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