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Photo#921339
Black beetle with red thorax and legs - Dendroides canadensis - male

Black beetle with red thorax and legs - Dendroides canadensis - Male
Pryor, Mayes County, Oklahoma, USA
September 2, 2012
Size: 9.5 mm
Dendroides canadensis?

another nice pics dug out of your archives... good call
thanks for all the Oklahoma beetles, Bob.

Moved from Beetles.

 
Thank You
Thanky you for all the ID help, for mine and others. I really appreciate it!

 
the pleasure is all mine
you make really valuable contributions to the guide; sorry i can't provide reliable IDs for the smallest ones, where photos may fall a bit short of detail --have you considered sending voucher specimens to the experts, e.g. to Brad Barnd? voucher-backed pics are much more helpful.

 
That sounds fun.
I may start collecting some small ones for voucher IDs. I did try to catch a bark louse a couple of weeks ago, but I only saw one and he outsmarted me.

 
keeping an aspirator handy would prevent such mishaps
btw, barklice should go to our dear Diane, i'm sure she'll greatly appreciate material from your area.

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