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An insect crew searches for the endangered Salt Creek tiger beetle along Little Salt Creek.

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An insect crew searches for the endangered Salt Creek tiger beetle along Little Salt Creek.

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A federally endangered Salt Creek Tiger Beetle (Cicindela nevadica lincolniana).
Shot at UNL’s East Campus.

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A federally endangered Salt Creek Tiger Beetle (Cicindela nevadica lincolniana).
Shot at UNL’s East Campus.

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A federally endangered Salt Creek Tiger Beetle (Cicindela nevadica lincolniana).
Shot at UNL’s East Campus.

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A federally endangered Salt Creek Tiger Beetle (Cicindela nevadica lincolniana).
Shot at UNL’s East Campus.

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A federally endangered Salt Creek Tiger Beetle (Cicindela nevadica lincolniana).
Shot at UNL’s East Campus.

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A federally endangered Salt Creek Tiger Beetle (Cicindela nevadica lincolniana).
Shot at UNL’s East Campus.

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The federally endangered Salt Creek tiger beetle, Cicindela nevadica lincolniana.

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The federally endangered Salt Creek tiger beetle, Cicindela nevadica lincolniana.

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The Salt Creek tiger beetle (Cicindela nevadica lincolniana) in a lab at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln. With a count of fewer than 205 adults in the summer of 2010, this subspecies of tiger beetle could be the rarest insect in North America. Found only in the interior saline wetlands of Lancaster County, Nebraska, the beetle has been in decline for years due to habitat loss from development. (US: Endangered)

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A federally endangered Salt Creek tiger beetle (Cicindela nevadica lincolniana) in a lab at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln. With a count of fewer than 250 adults in the summer of 2007, this subspecies of tiger beetle could be the rarest insect in North America. Found only in the interior saline wetlands of Lancaster County, Nebraska, the beetle has been in decline for years due to habitat loss from development.

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A federally endangered Salt Creek tiger beetle (Cicindela nevadica lincolniana) in a lab at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln. With a count of fewer than 250 adults in the summer of 2007, this subspecies of tiger beetle could be the rarest insect in North America. Found only in the interior saline wetlands of Lancaster County, Nebraska, the beetle has been in decline for years due to habitat loss from development.

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A federally endangered Salt Creek tiger beetle (Cicindela nevadica lincolniana) in a lab at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln. With a count of fewer than 250 adults in the summer of 2007, this subspecies of tiger beetle could be the rarest insect in North America. Found only in the interior saline wetlands of Lancaster County, Nebraska, the beetle has been in decline for years due to habitat loss from development.

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A federally endangered Salt Creek tiger beetle (Cicindela nevadica lincolniana) in a lab at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln. With a count of fewer than 250 adults in the summer of 2007, this subspecies of tiger beetle could be the rarest insect in North America. Found only in the interior saline wetlands of Lancaster County, Nebraska, the beetle has been in decline for years due to habitat loss from development.

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A federally endangered Salt Creek tiger beetle (Cicindela nevadica lincolniana) in a lab at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln. With a count of fewer than 250 adults in the summer of 2007, this subspecies of tiger beetle could be the rarest insect in North America. Found only in the interior saline wetlands of Lancaster County, Nebraska, the beetle has been in decline for years due to habitat loss from development.

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A federally endangered Salt Creek tiger beetle (Cicindela nevadica lincolniana) in a lab at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln. With a count of fewer than 250 adults in the summer of 2007, this subspecies of tiger beetle could be the rarest insect in North America. Found only in the interior saline wetlands of Lancaster County, Nebraska, the beetle has been in decline for years due to habitat loss from development.

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A federally endangered Salt Creek tiger beetle (Cicindela nevadica lincolniana) in a lab at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln. With a count of fewer than 250 adults in the summer of 2007, this subspecies of tiger beetle could be the rarest insect in North America. Found only in the interior saline wetlands of Lancaster County, Nebraska, the beetle has been in decline for years due to habitat loss from development.

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A federally endangered Salt Creek tiger beetle (Cicindela nevadica lincolniana) in a lab at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln. With a count of fewer than 250 adults in the summer of 2007, this subspecies of tiger beetle could be the rarest insect in North America. Found only in the interior saline wetlands of Lancaster County, Nebraska, the beetle has been in decline for years due to habitat loss from development.

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A federally endangered Salt Creek tiger beetle (Cicindela nevadica lincolniana) in a lab at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln. With a count of fewer than 250 adults in the summer of 2007, this subspecies of tiger beetle could be the rarest insect in North America. Found only in the interior saline wetlands of Lancaster County, Nebraska, the beetle has been in decline for years due to habitat loss from development.

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A federally endangered Salt Creek tiger beetle (Cicindela nevadica lincolniana) in a lab at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln. With a count of fewer than 250 adults in the summer of 2007, this subspecies of tiger beetle could be the rarest insect in North America. Found only in the interior saline wetlands of Lancaster County, Nebraska, the beetle has been in decline for years due to habitat loss from development.

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A federally endangered Salt Creek tiger beetle (Cicindela nevadica lincolniana) in a lab at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln. With a count of fewer than 250 adults in the summer of 2007, this subspecies of tiger beetle could be the rarest insect in North America. Found only in the interior saline wetlands of Lancaster County, Nebraska, the beetle has been in decline for years due to habitat loss from development.

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A federally endangered Salt Creek tiger beetle (Cicindela nevadica lincolniana) in a lab at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln. With a count of fewer than 250 adults in the summer of 2007, this subspecies of tiger beetle could be the rarest insect in North America. Found only in the interior saline wetlands of Lancaster County, Nebraska, the beetle has been in decline for years due to habitat loss from development.

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The Salt Creek tiger beetle (Cicindela nevadica lincolniana) in a lab at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln. With a count of 205 adults emerging in 2010, this subspecies of tiger beetle could be the rarest insect in North America. Found only in the interior saline wetlands of Lancaster County, Nebraska, the beetle has been in decline for years due to habitat loss from development.

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The Salt Creek tiger beetle (Cicindela nevadica lincolniana) in a lab at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln. With a count of 205 adults emerging in 2010, this subspecies of tiger beetle could be the rarest insect in North America. Found only in the interior saline wetlands of Lancaster County, Nebraska, the beetle has been in decline for years due to habitat loss from development.

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An insect crew searches for the endangered Salt Creek tiger beetle along Little Salt Creek.

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An insect crew searches for the endangered Salt Creek tiger beetle along Little Salt Creek.

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An insect crew searches for the endangered Salt Creek tiger beetle along Little Salt Creek.

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An insect crew searches for the endangered Salt Creek tiger beetle along Little Salt Creek.

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A Salt Creek tiger beetle hunts along Little Salt Creek in Lincoln, NE. This is one of the rarest insects in the world, with 205 adults emerging in 2010.

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A Salt Creek tiger beetle hunts along Little Salt Creek in Lincoln, NE. This is one of the rarest insects in the world, with 205 adults emerging in 2010.

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A Salt Creek tiger beetle hunts along Little Salt Creek in Lincoln, NE. This is one of the rarest insects in the world, with 205 adults emerging in 2010.

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Marked with paint for study, a Salt Creek tiger beetle hunts along Little Salt Creek in Lincoln, NE. This is one of the rarest insects in the world, with 205 adults emerging in 2010.

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Marked with paint for study, a Salt Creek tiger beetle hunts along Little Salt Creek in Lincoln, NE. This is one of the rarest insects in the world, with 205 adults emerging in 2010.

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A Salt Creek tiger beetle hunts along Little Salt Creek in Lincoln, NE. This is one of the rarest insects in the world, with 205 adults emerging in 2010.

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A Salt Creek tiger beetle hunts along Little Salt Creek in Lincoln, NE. This is one of the rarest insects in the world, with 205 adults emerging in 2010.

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