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June 01, 2007


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Doug Von Gausig


Aren't there also some Carabid beetles who mimic Tenebrionids by standing on their heads, or all all the "head standers" Tenebrionids? Also there are some local Tenebrionids with grooved elytrae and some with smooth, shiny elytrae?

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