Black beetle with pitted shell found climbing on wall of a house throughout 07
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Silpha laevigata is described as being easily distinguished by the lack of longitudinal ridges on the elytra and being common in southern England, particularly at the coast.
For the key see http://cucaera.co.uk/beetle-news/
Thank you very much for the info. It seems to like my parents garden.I'll have to read to more about it
Lat/Lng: 51.204588876893, -1.4995348154844
OS grid ref: SU350451