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Calosoma scrutator (Fiery searcher)

Synonyms: Calodrepa scrutator; Carabus scrutator

Wikipedia Abstract

Calosoma scrutator is a species of ground beetle belonging to the genus Calosoma, subgenus Acalosoma. The adult beetle may excrete a foul smelling oil when handled. This oil has been described to smell similar to rotten milk or rancid olive oil. 35 millimetres (1.4 in) long, it is diffused in North America.
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Phoenix Zoo
Saint Louis Zoological Park

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1Study of Northern Virginia Ecology
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