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Chlaenius tricolor Dejean - Chlaenius tricolor

Chlaenius tricolor Dejean - Chlaenius tricolor
Brackenridge Field Laboratory (BFL), University of Texas at Austin, Travis County, Texas, USA
June 18, 1999
Det. P. W. Messer, 2013

coll'ed by J.E. Gillaspy via BL trap

spmn in the UTIC, Austin, TX

Moved from Chlaenius tricolor.

Moved from Chlaenius oxygonus.

I prefer Chlaenius tricolor tricolor
as the pronotum is quite shiny; pronotum should be dull in C. oxygonus and has different shape; compare to your other posted apparently true C. oxygonus (det Riley).

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