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Photo#672353
Click Beetle - Hemicrepidius hemipodus

Click Beetle - Hemicrepidius hemipodus
Dixville, Coos County, New Hampshire, USA
July 10, 2012
Size: 10.5mm

Moved
Moved from Hemicrepidius.
Thanks Blaine.

H. hemipodus
I am calling this H. hemipodus. Based on a recent paper by Hume Douglas (2011) this specimen is more consistent with hemipodus based on characters of the hypomeron and antennomere III. The same applies to the one here from the same place!

Moved
Moved from Click Beetles.

Hemicrepidius
prob H. hemipodus but need to rule-out the introduced H. niger...just to be safe...:)

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