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The Darkling Beetles of Florida and Eastern United States


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The Darkling Beetles of Florida and Eastern United States (Coleoptera: Tenebrionidae).


A checklist of the darkling beetles (Insecta: Coleoptera: Tenebrionidae) of Maryland...


New records of three non-native darkling beetles (Coleoptera: Tenebrionidae) established in California and Nevada, USA


Surveys and habitat assessment of endemic insects at the Monahans Dune System, Final report prepared for the TPWD.


The darkling beetles of Ohio (Coleoptera: Tenebrionidae)


The genus Eleodes Eschscholtz (Coleoptera: Tenebrionidae) in Texas.


Flightless beetles in Appalachian “deserts”: studies on the distribution and localized habitats of some ... Tenebrionidae


False darkling beetles (Coleoptera: Melandryidae) and allies of the Atlantic Maritime Ecozone


Matching comments ranked in order of relevance:

Looks like a darkling beetle...


Darkling Beetle


Very nice!


Looks like a Darkling Beetle,


Looks like a Darkling Beetle.


It's a darkling beetle. Check


Darkling Beetle


Darkling Beetle


Darkling


Sorry, messed up!


Darkling Beetle


Alphabetical ToC by family common name


Darkling Beetle


Darkling


Darkling Beetle?


Actually, after looking at this image for a while...


I would guess a Pimeliine Darkling Beetle instead


It's a Darkling Beetle


Darkling beetle


fuzzy darkling - how 'bout - Trichiasida ?


Tenebrionidae - Darkling Beetle


Ha


Darkling beetle


Probably Darkling


Darkling beetle.


Darkling beetle.


Darkling Beetle


Darkling Beetle


Darkling beetle


Teneb


Darkling Beetle.


Or possibly tenebrionid


Tennebrionid


Darkling beetle


Darkling beetle.


Darkling beetle.


Darkling beetles


Tenebrionidae


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Darkling Beetle


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E.hispilabris...


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Darkling Beetle


Thanks!


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Darkling?


weird!


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Tenebrionidae?


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a darkling beetle...


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beetle


Wooly Darkling Beetle of sorts..


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hard to tell


These beetles live in a large


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Looks like a Darkling Beetle


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Moved tentatively; nice one... hope we see sharper pics


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none other


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Darkling Beetle


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Nope, definitely a Carabid of some sort...


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nice one


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Eleodes sp


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Frassed, ID given, no longer needed in the guide...


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Darkling beetle


I was thinking an alleculine darkling beetle--probably


quite unrelated, actually


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Yup, nice find!


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"Prateus fusculus.... always a good find" --Warren Steiner


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Moved, Strongylium terminatum good call!


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exciting find, potentially great addition to the Guide


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Moved, Apsena sp.


Moved, looks like Eutochia crenata...


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Uloma for sure...


Moved, Neatus sp.


Moved, Haplandrus fulvipes


Moved, Statira sp.


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Moved, Blapstinus sp.


Moved tentatively to Conibius


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Tenebrionide


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Moved, Hymenorus looks right; it's a female, too


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Moved, Eleodes sp.


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Moved, looks like Pelecyphorus contortus (nice find)


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Moved, Alobates sp.


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Moved, my guess is Stenomorpha (Stethasida) muricatula...


Moved, one of the Eleodes obscurus subspecies...


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must be this one


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Moved, Neomida bicornis (male)


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Chilometopon pallidum Casey --det. R.L. Aalbu


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Moved, Helops sp. (aereus?)


Moved, Coniontis indeed...


Moved, a couple 'tailed' species in AZ


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Moved tentatively; nice one!


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Armored Darkling Beetle


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Darkling beetle larva


Darkling beetle larva


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Moved, Alobates sp.


Moved, Lobopoda sp.


Well you should consider joining...


No not the same specimen they


Yup, female E.goryi indeed...


Moved, Bothrotes canaliculatus


Moved, Lobopoda sp.


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Darkling Beetle


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Moved, Neatus looks good


Moved, Metoponium sp.


Moved, some sort of Eleodes it seems...


Moved, Alobates pensylvania looks good


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Moved, Tarpela micans


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Moved tentatively, Neatus unnamed seems like a safe bet...


Moved, Elateridae larva, not Tenebrionidae...


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Moved, Blapstinus metallicus


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Moved, Eleodes sp...


Moved tentatively, looks like Scotobaenus...


Moved, going with Scotobaenus...


Darkling beetle


Darkling Beetle


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Moved, think we've got it: Lariversius tibialis


Moved, Stenomorpha vs. Philolithus


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Moved, Clamoris americana looks good to me!


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Darkling beetle, Microschatia sp...


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Moved for expert review, maybe an Amara? Harpalini?


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Darkling Beetle on large mushroom?


Darkling Beetle


Thank you Hisserdude!


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Uloma impressa Melsheimer


Darkling beetle larva


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cool one


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Moved, hispilabris?


arguably, America's commonest and most widespread Eleodes


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Haplandrus ater --det. W.E. Steiner


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Moved tentatively; suspect a fancy Eleodes


This is a darkling beetle larva, likely Coniontis sp.


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here we go; not related to Carabidae


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Edrotes sp.


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Moved tentatively; hope experts agree


Moved tentatively; hope experts agree


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much better, thanks


good call


Darkling Beetle


Darkling Beetle


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Just a guess...


Acrobat Beetle or Stink Beetle


Alobates pennsylvanica


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Melandryidae - False Darkling Beetle


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Moved tentatively [the only sp. listed for BC; genus is safe]


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Moved, looks good to me


Eleodes sp. I would say


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thanks, Jason


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Moved tentatively; thanks, Mike.


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Moved tentatively. The head/antennae give away its weevil nature


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neat bug.


amazing...


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must be subargentata... nothing false about it :]


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Moved tentatively; Blaine's second guess looks right...


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New species for Maryland Biodiversity Project!


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Aaron Smith says, Pelecyphorus (Astrotus) regularis (Horn)


Ooops!


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Food Source in Desert Climate


Darkling ID


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Eleodes pilosus --det. K. Kanda


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Coelocnemis sp. --det. K. Kanda


Moved tentatively; nice find


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Tenebrionidae


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Darkling beetle, moved for expert attention


Centronopus calcaratus, I think


Eleodes sp.


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Melandryidae


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Moved tentatively; great call, lovely bug! thanks, Mark


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excellent.


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Thanks.


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Moved tentatively; really cool --will seek confirmation


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ID confirmed by W.E. Steiner: Bius estriatus


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well, i was as wrong as it gets; told you so, too :]


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Moved tentatively... intriguing


Moved tentatively... looks interesting [worth re-shooting, imho]


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Moved teantatively... cool bug, man!


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guessing, Stethasida


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darkling beetle


Darkling beetle (Tenebrionidae)


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hmm... doesn't match either of the 2 spp recorded in WI


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Common name for them in Alaba


I think Eleodes osculans (Wooly Darkling Beetle)


Tenebrionidae


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Thanks to both of you.. I tho


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hope you don't mind my flipping it into the 'upright' position


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nice! i'm not yet sure which one, will revisit


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cool... P. undata is the only sp. in your area


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cultriformis? will ask Dr Pollock to check it out


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Thanks Blaine!


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Conibius gagates Horn --det. R.L. Aalbu


My best guess..


Anaedus brunneus


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looks formidable; i'll ask around.


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Darkling Beetle...


i think...


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Darkling beetle (Tenebrionidae)


Eleodes sp., a Darkling Beetle


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makes sense; thanks


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W.E. Steiner says: "This has to be Centronopus opacus"


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Tenebrionid


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Ahhh....


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darkling beetle, Tenebrionidae


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Darkling beetle


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Genus Platydema


Alaetrinus minimus


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the one and only... nice bug


Eesh


? about this fellow?


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Moved tentatively; good call!


great call... i'm in awe.


Tenebrionidae


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Tenebrionidae - darkling beetle


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Thank you Blaine!


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Maybe Alobates


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diff. family


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darkling


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Darkling Beetle - Eleodes


Hi, J & J ! Perhaps I misunderstood...


Darkling beetle trackway


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Darkling beetle


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your beetle


Darkling Beetle


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later...


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Eleodes sp.


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Platydema..


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i can't believe they're still flying in your tropical paradise


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species?


Darkling Beetle, Family Tenebrionidae


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cool; must be new-to-BG, if not to BC :)


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Family Tenebrionidae - Darkling Beetle


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sweet! thinking, Notibius/kin


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Darkling beetle.


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Family Tenebrionidae - Darkling Beetle


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beetle, not bug (a darkling beetle, to be exact)


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There are some Darkling beetle tracks


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darkling beetle in the gen. Eleodes, rather


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Darkling beetle? Unbelievabl!


Darkling Beetle


Gorgeous


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you're right about genus -- would you try the Triplehorn'90 key?


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it's so sweet! Megeleates sequoiarum Casey, a Cali endemic


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Darkling, not Carrion


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Darkling


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Darkling Beetle, Tenebrionidae


Darkling Beetle, Tenebrionidae


i think so, maybe Genus Eleodes ?


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great pix, great call


i would venture to call it Xylopinus aenescens...


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Darkling beetle.


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Anisoxya glaucula


It's the first time


Meracantha contracta


I don't recognize this one as a "ground beetle"


D. maculata??


Eleodes, a darkling beetle; perhaps E. obscurus


Awesome..and so quick! Never


prob. Naucles sp. (Anaspidinae)


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Anisoxya glaucula


I stand corrected!


If you're thinking of Tenebrionidae


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not a carrion beetle


It's a beetle larva


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Alleculinae, i suppose


Opatrinus


Darkling beetle.


Moneilema gigas


Darkling beetle.


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Darkling beetle


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has to be a darkling beetle larva


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False Darkling Beetle


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Tenebrionid 34550 & 34551


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Darkling Beetle - Lagriinae


After looking through my beet


Darkling beetle.


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Darkling beetle.


Thanks Robert


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Darkling beetle.


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Harmless.


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darkling


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OK. What features tell you th


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Not lady beetle


Darkling beetle


Darkling Beetle Larva


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A darkling beetle Diaperis maculata


darkling beetle


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Question


Tenebrionid or darkling beetle


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Darkling Beetle subfamily Alleculinae


Darkling


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Darkling Beetle


No, it's a Darkling Beetle


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Darkling


change "Darkling Beetles" to "Ground Beetles"


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Genus?


Polopinus


Darkling Beetle


Darkling Beetle


Darkling Beetle


Madagascar Beetle


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good data point


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Melandryid


Can be best for ID by amateurs, too


Flower-visiting Darkling Beetle


False Darkling Beetle: Dircaea liturata


Looks like a darkling beetle


Darkling beetle


"Field Guide to the Beetles of California"


darkling beetle


darkling beetle


Yes, dark,


Tenebrionidae


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darkling beetle


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Tenebrionidae.


Not a Scarab


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A darkling beetle,


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family Tenebrionidae - darkling beetles


family is darkling beetles - Tenebrionidae


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That darned Bermuda Triangle again!


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I'd say Texas would be considered western.


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Darkling Beetle


Not a cl*ick beetle larva.


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Darkling?


Great! A tumbleweed-eating weevil!


Darkling Beetle??


A Darkling Beetle,


Darking beetle.


A tough one...


Darkling beetle


Stink Beetle / Acrobat Beetle


Darkling Beetle (Tenebrionidae)


Tenebrionidae.


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Tenebrionidae


Tenebrionidae: Nyctoporis sp. maybe


Tenebrionidae.


Leichenum canaliculatum variegatum (Klug)


Tenebrionid?


Darkling beetle


Tenebrionidae.


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See genus page


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Darkling beetle


Tenebrionidae


Mike's our leaf beetle go-to guy.


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Arthromarca sp, a tennebrionid (darkling beetle)


Tenebrionidae.


Tenebrionidae.


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Darkling beetles


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Darkling Beetle.


Tenebrionidae.


The spur on the front femur i


Tenebrionidae.


Meracantha contracta.


Ditto Eric's comments


Tenebrionidae.


Tenebrionidae.


Darkling beetle


Darkling beetle.


Tenebrionidae.


Tenebrionidae.


False Mealworm


Right. Not a cranefly, defini


Clarification


Tenebrionid


Tenebrionidae?


Darkling beetle.


Darkling beetle


Tenebrionidae?


Wireworm


Darkling beetle, Coelocnemis


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