(De Geer, 1775)
Alobates pennsylvanica is a species of beetle whose common name is false mealworm beetle. The species is black, has a pronotum that is nearly square, and has at least five rows of fine punctures on each elytra. False mealworm beetles live beneath bark and logs and are found throughout the United States. They have a life span of one year.
- "Species Alobates pennsylvanica - False Mealworm Beetle". Bug Guide. Retrieved 2018-04-17.
- Arnett, Jr., Dr. Ross H.; Jacques Jr, Dr. Richard L. (1981). Simon & Schuster's Guide To Insects. New York, New York: Simon & Schuster. p. 147.
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