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Tesarius caelatus (LeConte, 1857)
Syn.: Psammodius caelatus (LeConte, 1857)
Family: Scarabaeidae
Size: 3,7 mm (2,8 mm to 4,6 mm)
Origin: Western North America and Tasmania, introduced into England, Chile and Newe Zealand
Ecology: adults are sifted from sand dunes, both inland and coastal in the western US.

Location: England, Formby, S.Lancs
leg.det. D.R.Nash, 17.VIII.1978
Coll. Oxford University Museum of Natural History
Photo: U.Schmidt, 2016

Tesarius caelatus   (Flickr)