|This is a large species of Aphodius, found in Horse dung at Clipstone Old Quarter in mid-April 2009. Aphodius luridus is quite distinctive through size and elytral patterning alone, with a length of 8mm in the one photographed. This beetle was first recorded from the Sherwood Forest area in 2007, with this one representing only the second record for the reserve.|
|UK distribution of Aphodius luridus|
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