Pustulated Carrion Beetle - Nicrophorus pustulatus
TL: ~20 mm. This species doesn't exhibit the same carcass-burying behaviors of other members of its genus. Instead, it parasitizes the eggs of black rat snakes (Elaphe obsoleta). The larvae eat the snake eggs, and thus qualify as a parasitoid of the snake. This relationship is usually only seen between invertebrates.
Habitat: Attracted to a light; semi-rural area