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Photo#83565
- - Iphthiminus serratus

- - Iphthiminus serratus
Southern Sierra Nevada Mountains, near Sunday Peak, Tulare County, California, USA
July 1, 2005
Size: about 22 mm
These were seen on the ground or on tree trunks.

Moved
Moved from Iphthiminus.

Iphthiminus serratus (Mannerheim)
.

Moved
Moved from Coelocnemis.

I believe this is an Ipthiminus species
Due to the flattened appearance.

 
I thought the same thing.
I thought the same thing.

Moved
Moved from Coelometopinae.

Moved
Moved from Darkling Beetles.

Coelocnemis?
Looks a lot like mine...but read Eric's comments.

 
Might be.
With smaller species it is really difficult to tell the difference between Eleodes and Coelocnemis. Seeing this image, I wonder if it might even be Iphthiminus serratus. Hoping a tenebrionid expert comes along here:-)

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