I have now found three species of Two-spotted Ground beetles here, the latest is Anthia burchellii.
One has to look closely on finding them as they can easily be confused so I am posting pictures of all three here to see if you can spot the difference.
They are usually found foraging alone and all three species occur in the same areas.
They are large beetles, over 3cm (1.5”) in body length with mandibles which are scary to see so close up.
The other two species are: Anthia thoracica (above) and Thermophilum homoplatum (below)
They eat live insects and can be found both at night and during the day hunting for prey.