Belongs within: Carabidae. The Rhysodinae are a group of ground beetles found as both adults and larvae in old, rotted logs (Lawrence & Britton 1991). Characters (from Lawrence & Britton 1991): Black and shiny, subcylindrical to slightly flattened, head and pronotum with deep grooves that are often filled with dried organic material; antennae stout, moniliform,… Continue reading Rhysodinae

Categorised as Rhysodinae