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Description

Black Beetle with two orange markings on its Pronotum that are oriented towards the front of its head, spreading out towards its abdomen. Horizontal antennae protrude perpendicularly outwards from head.

Beelte, Carnation
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Fireflies - Photo (c) Andy Deans, some rights reserved (CC BY)
jonathan's ID: Fireflies (Family Lampyridae)
Posted by jonathan about 4 years ago (Flag)
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Fireflies - Photo (c) Andy Deans, some rights reserved (CC BY)
robertmarsh's ID: Fireflies (Family Lampyridae)
Posted by robertmarsh about 4 years ago (Flag)
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Thanks! I looked up PNW fireflies and it looks like the Pacific Northwest firefly (Ellychnia hatchi), but the identifier wasn't certain

Posted by robertmarsh about 4 years ago (Flag)
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Diurnal Fireflies - Photo (c) Matthew O'Donnell, some rights reserved (CC BY-NC-SA)
birdgal5's ID: Diurnal Fireflies (Genus Ellychnia)
Posted by birdgal5 8 months ago (Flag)
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Fireflies - Photo (c) Andy Deans, some rights reserved (CC BY)
robertmarsh's ID: Fireflies (Family Lampyridae)
Fireflies - Photo (c) Andy Deans, some rights reserved (CC BY)
Community ID: Fireflies (Family Lampyridae)
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Diurnal Fireflies - Photo (c) Matthew O'Donnell, some rights reserved (CC BY-NC-SA)
birdgal5's ID: Diurnal Fireflies (Genus Ellychnia)
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