Common Claybank Tiger Beetle Cicindela limbalis Klug, 1834  Synonyms: Green-margined Tiger Beetle.

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Cicindela limbalis was only discovered in Allegany Co., Maryland in May 2019. Specimens were collected during a survey and determined by Jonathan Mawdsley. (S. Droege, pers. comm.) USGS describes the species' preferred habitat as follows: "usually steep, moist bare clay soil, including open hill tops, dirt roads, and especially river or stream banks". Photos expected soon.

There is 1 record in the project database.

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A Common Claybank Tiger Beetle collected in Allegany Co., Maryland (5/14/2019). First record for Maryland. Image processed by Erick Hernandez. Photo by Sam Droege. (MBP list)

A Common Claybank Tiger Beetle collected in Allegany Co., Maryland (5/14/2019). First record for Maryland. Image processed by Erick Hernandez. Photo by Sam Droege. (MBP list)

A Common Claybank Tiger Beetle collected in Allegany Co., Maryland (5/14/2019). First record for Maryland. Image processed by Erick Hernandez. Photo by Sam Droege. (MBP list)


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