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  1. Diabolical Ironclad Beetle

    Diabolical Ironclad Beetle

    Found this guy while while camping.
  2. Nothopleurus lobigenis

    Nothopleurus lobigenis

    an interesting prionid beetle with stag beetle-like mandibles.
  3. Ceuthophilus fossor- Desert camel cricket

    Ceuthophilus fossor- Desert camel cricket

    like most of the genus, fossorial. active in deserts of the southwest during winter and spring.
  4. Cnemotettix sp- anostostomatidae 'Silk-spinning cricket'

    Cnemotettix sp- anostostomatidae 'Silk-spinning cricket'

    This is the only north american king-cricket genus. They build silk-lined burrows and are opportunistic omnivores, feeding mostly on seeds or small insects