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bigpawbullets 9 July 14
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Entomology: The wonderful accidental side effect of gardening. ?

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We call them June bugs in MA.

SukiSue Level 8 July 14, 2018
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Stag beetle. Very common where I am on Vancouver Island.

nastynifty Level 6 July 14, 2018
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Jeebus!! I admire you fortitude in getting so close to it. I like bugs at arm's distance, or even football field distance.

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A big ol' beetle. Lol Only joking. It does look like a female stag beetle. My kids find them at Orchardly Park in Oakwood often.

Minta79 Level 7 July 14, 2018

@mantid30 My boy wants to be a "zoologist or wildlife biologist or Coyote Peterson" when he grows up. We deal with a lot of bugs. And I live quite near to the OP.

@mantid30 or, Coyote Peterson. ?

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Nice looking bug,and a good picture.

kenriley Level 8 July 14, 2018

I thought the ox-blood colored carapace was damn stylish.
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