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 Possible Pseudopsinae? - Thoracophorus costalis

Possible Pseudopsinae? - Thoracophorus costalis
4 miles West of Winnsboro, Wood County, Texas, USA
June 27, 2014
Size: ~ 2.4 mm
Extacted from a Lindgren funnel trap, missing one side of elytra, ridged armor head, thorax and elytra. Believe it might be a Pseudopsinae? Confirmation and ID would be appreciated..

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 Possible Pseudopsinae? - Thoracophorus costalis  Possible Pseudopsinae? - Thoracophorus costalis  Possible Pseudopsinae? - Thoracophorus costalis

Moved
Moved from Thoracophorus.

It's Thoracophorus costalis
It's Thoracophorus costalis

T. costalis
T. costalis

Moved
Moved from Rove Beetles.

This is Thoracophorus, an Oso
This is Thoracophorus, an Osoriinae,

Cheers,
Adam

 
Thank you so much..
Appreciate it Adam

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