Sheimeix Posted September 29, 2013 Report Share Posted September 29, 2013 Hey, I'm totally new to beetles, my interest got sparked when I found a Lucanus Capreolus in my home in Michigan (we just moved to a farming area in New York), and I figured that there'd be a lot of beetles here, because the house we moved to has a lot of brush and trees in the yard. So naturally, I went on a beetle hunt, looking for more LC beetles, and I found a lot of not-LC beetles (though I did find one small female). I'll post them in this imgur album because the pictures are gigantic. From what I can figure, they're all female, as they all have what looks like tiny horns, but not quite large enough to be males. I found most of them under tree bark and some dead grass, if that helps any. (Sorry if this is in the wrong section, I figured that it was a good place for the topic) Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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