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Clicker? - Entomophthalmus rufiolus

Clicker? - Entomophthalmus rufiolus
Upton, Worcester County, Massachusetts, USA
August 30, 2012
Size: 3.5mm
Having trouble with this beetle. Looks like an elaterid to me. The antennae strike me as odd for a click beetle though. Thoughts?

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Clicker? - Entomophthalmus rufiolus Clicker? - Entomophthalmus rufiolus Clicker? - Entomophthalmus rufiolus

The eucnemid is....
indeed Entomophthalmus rufiolus (LeConte). I am currently working on a paper regarding the species, hopefully will be submitted in about a year from now.

Moved

kinda looks like Entomophthalmus rufiolus [by no means an ID!]
Moved from ID Request.

cool beast; pls wait for Robert Otto.

Eucnemidae
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