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Photo#600043
Darkling Beetle with elevated elytral ridges - Trogloderus

Darkling Beetle with elevated elytral ridges - Trogloderus
White Pocket, Vermillion Cliffs National Monument, Coconino County, Arizona, USA
August 19, 2011
Sandy area after rain; elev 5600 feet; reminded me of Glyptasida sordida, but the pronotum is very different.

Moved
Moved from Asidini.

yes, Kojun, a much better match. Thanks!

Maybe I'm counting wrong but
Maybe I'm counting wrong but I seem to see 11 distinct antennal segment (the 11th NOT recessed into the 10th). This may be Trogloderus, an Eleodini.

 
ok...
I was going on gestalt. Please move accordingly :). It didnt look familiar to me, despite all my years collecting in AZ!

Moved
Moved from ID Request.

Doesn't look familiar--home someone can recognize it.

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