|A common ground beetle (Carabidae), frequenting most dry habitats. There are several other similarly coloured species, which are a very difficult group to identifiy, although Amara eurynota is the largest. The one in the photographs was found at Warsop Main Pit Top in April 2009 and measured approximately 11.5mm.|
|UK distribution of Amara eurynota|
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