Kwik-Key to Common Families of Coleoptera

Select "A" or "B" for your specimen:

A.   Antennae are abruptly clubbed and elbowed.    Elytra are squared off at the apex and fit tightly against the abdomen.


B.   Antennae are gradually clubbed and not elbowed.   Elytra are rounded at the apex and fit loosely over the abdomen.


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