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Which Valgus species? - Valgus canaliculatus - male

Which Valgus species? - Valgus canaliculatus - Male
Salem, Hillsborough County, New Hampshire, USA
November 24, 2006
Size: about 7 mm
Here the beetle is fresh from a bath. The pale setae are made translucent by the water, revealing the reddish base color of the elytra and pygidium (abdomenal tip). When wet, V. set*icollis is very dark brown all over.

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Which Valgus species? - Valgus canaliculatus - male Which Valgus species? - Valgus canaliculatus - male Which Valgus species? - Valgus canaliculatus - male Which Valgus species? - Valgus canaliculatus - male Which Valgus species? - Valgus canaliculatus Which Valgus species? - Valgus canaliculatus - male Which Valgus species? - Valgus canaliculatus - male Which Valgus species? - Valgus canaliculatus - male Which Valgus species? - Valgus canaliculatus - male

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Moved from Valgus.

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