|Found on carrion at Clipstone Old Quarter in April 2009, Thanatophilus rugosus is superficially similar to the very common Silpha atrata. There are few records for Sherwood Forest, the most recent being in 2004, which was the first since before Carr's book was published back in 1916.|
|UK distribution of Thanatophilus rugosus|
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