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Clicker - Hypoganus sulcicollis - female

Clicker - Hypoganus sulcicollis - Female
Tippecanoe County, Indiana, USA
October 15, 2007
Size: 15.5 mm
Taken in Lindgren funnel trap, coll. October 2007.

I think this is a new one for me. Looks similar to Hypoganus in the guide.

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Clicker - Hypoganus sulcicollis - female Clicker - Hypoganus sulcicollis - female

Moved tentatively
Moved from Click Beetles.

 
yes...
I think the others are NW or western. One western one might be elevated to a new genus, too, when Paul gets done with the prosternines. I think these eastern forest ones are all H. sulcicollis.

 
thks guys

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