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Earth-Boring Dung Beetles (Nicaragua)

Description:

~.5 inch x .5 inch, black; active

Habitat:

Dry tropical rain forest; pacific lowlands; rainy season

Notes:

Noted activity at horse fecal matter. Spotted these "dung" beetles making dung balls to roll away. From the images at coleopera-neotropical.org it appears to look like its from the Geotrupidae family.

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Nicaragua

Spotted on Jul 28, 2012
Submitted on Jul 29, 2012

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