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Alaus oculatus is found throughout the eastern United States, from Quebec to Florida and west to Texas and South Dakota.
Biogeographic Regions: nearctic (Native )
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Leo Shapiro set "Image of Alaus oculatus" as an exemplar on "Alaus oculatus (Linnaeus)".
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Katja Schulz changed the thumbnail image of "Eyed Click Beetle".
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Katja Schulz changed the thumbnail image of "Eyed Click Beetle (Alaus oculatus)".
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Katja Schulz commented on an older version of Physical Description:
The spots on the pronotum are not white. They're black, with a white ring.
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Deniz Martinez set "Eyed Click Beetle" as an exemplar on "Elateridae".
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