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  • 5-5-5 tarsal formula. 7 antennae segments with 2-lobed ends. Non-metallic, smooth elytra which completely cover abdomen. 4 spines on 1st femur; 8 spines on 2nd femur; 6 spines on femur. 5 underside abdominal segments. Black color.


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  • Found at 3:35 PM. Beetle is missing one of its second pair of legs and tends to be more aggressive as a possible result. Its elytra are both cracked longitudinally, suggesting previous trauma. It keeps its antennae tucked underneath its head when handled, making them difficult to observe. It can move its head-attached horn but does not attempt to pinch with horns. (microhabitat: Sidewalk, date: 8 June 2010, obs code: Obs24)


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