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The Vulture
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King James Bible: Leviticus, Chapter 11
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sunny days. Though Shubeck (1983) reported similar findings on O.
Carrion Beetles {Coleoptera: Silphidae), Table 7 Carrion beetle classiļ¬cation, species counts, and distribution. Order Coleoptera.
Carrion Beetle (Coleoptera, Silphidae) Fauna of Hokkaido
Carrion Beetle (Coleoptera, Silphidae) Fauna of Hokkaido.
Necrophily vs. Necrophagy
Arkansas State Wildlife Grant American Burying Beetle Pre-proposal

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Species Necrophila americana - American Carrion Beetle
Sep 6, 2004 Superfamily Staphylinoidea (Rove, Carrion and Fungus Beetles). Family Silphidae Habitat. Prefers "marshy and forested areas".
Family Silphidae - Carrion Beetles - BugGuide.Net
Potential Habitat Factors Influencing Carrion Beetles Communities
Conferences. University of Nebraska - Lincoln. Year 2004.
Oiceoptoma noveboracense - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Its common name is the margined carrion beetle, from the orange-red margins into the fall, and it has a strong preference towards a deciduous forest habitat.
Traps Baited with Isopropanol Attract the American Carrion - BioOne
This result likely reflects the habitat preference of American carrion beetles ( Anderson 1982).

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