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Photo#599911
Click Beetle - Hemicrepidius hemipodus

Click Beetle - Hemicrepidius hemipodus
Cross Plains, Dane County, Wisconsin, USA
June 27, 2011
Size: ~12mm

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Moved
Moved from Athoini.

 
good point...
i keep forgetting that the nostalgic & supercommon all-black European A. niger & A. hirtus are also both in Hemicrepidius now...

 
Athous vs Hemicrepidius...
I wonder if larval characters separate them...the adults 'differences' are fluid at best. I'm half-tempted for formerly lump the two :-P

Moved
Moved from Click Beetles.

best guess, Athous or close kin

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