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Photo#576895
Dung Beetle (or Tumblebug?) - Deltochilum gibbosum

Dung Beetle (or Tumblebug?) - Deltochilum gibbosum
Katy Trail, Boone County, Missouri, USA
May 24, 2001

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Moved
Moved from ID Request.

 
Thanks
Thanks! By the way, I run triathlons too.

Tumblebug
Search this site for Canthon pilularius. I think that's it.

 
Canthon pilularius or Copris fricator?
A search for Canthon pilularius brings up a Copris fricator that, to me, looks closer. What do you think?
Never mind -- I see it's identified now.

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