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Coprophilus striatulus (Fabricius) - Coprophilus striatulus - male

Coprophilus striatulus (Fabricius) - Coprophilus striatulus - Male
Quebec city, Quebec, Canada
May 9, 2011
Size: 6,0 mm
Found in a marshy area by threading moss into water. Presence of Populus, Typha, Cornus.

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Coprophilus striatulus (Fabricius) - Coprophilus striatulus - male Coprophilus striatulus (Fabricius) - Coprophilus striatulus - male Coprophilus striatulus (Fabricius) - Coprophilus striatulus - male Coprophilus striatulus (Fabricius) - Coprophilus striatulus - male Coprophilus striatulus (Fabricius) - Coprophilus striatulus - male

happy to see you branch out in this direction...
btw, the Agonum classif. in the guide has been updated --mostly the tree, but i'll eventually align the entire Harpalinae w/the new Catalogue and will proceed updating the info pages to reflect the distribution.
then i'll proceed with the Trechinae; other subfamilies are lower priority to me

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