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Beetle - Pachybrachis trinotatus

Beetle - Pachybrachis trinotatus
Deane, Letcher County, Kentucky, USA
June 25, 2014
Size: 3.5mm
In sweep net.

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so happy to see these snap into places
great job curating the cryptocephaline section, Mike --thank you so much again

 
wish I could do more w/ the western pachys...
some day...

 
some day, yes
you're getting there, that's for sure
hope you move to sort out some more distinctive phenotypes to tmp pages --maybe in Bledius, too?
i suspect Bledius, just like their close collaborators, the heterocerids, have a rather complicated and confusing variation in secondary male characters, such as the armament of the mandibles and prothorax [not that i have any real experience with either of these cool burrower groups]

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