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Elephant Stag Beetle (Lucanus elaphus) - Lucanus elaphus - male

Elephant Stag Beetle (Lucanus elaphus) - Lucanus elaphus - Male
Collegedale, Hamilton County, Tennessee, USA
July 26, 2006

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Elephant Stag Beetle (Lucanus elaphus) - Lucanus elaphus - male Elephant Stag Beetle (Lucanus elaphus) - Lucanus elaphus - male

Mandible size
Interesting smallish mandibles, to me they look very similar to these ones but not those. What do you think?
BTW I wished that I could have shown these images, a little tutorial would be welcomed.

 
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I agree, they do look more like the first one. What do you mean in this statement "wished that I could have shown these images, a little tutorial would be welcomed." ?

 
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Well, I've decided to look at how Hannah Nendick-Mason does it, and it has worked ;-) Below are the images that I wanted to show.

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