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Very small Staphylinid... - Acruliopsis

Very small Staphylinid... - Acruliopsis
Enumclaw, King County, Washington, USA
June 6, 2015
Size: ~ 2.8 mm
Extracted from Lindgren funnel trap. This little Staphylinid has some unusual serrations on edges of the thorax. Confirmation/correction, further placement would be appreciated.

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Moved
Moved from Ocellate Rove Beetles. This is an undescribed species that I've known about for some time. Some of Hatch's paratypes of "Acrolocha crenulata" are labeled as this, but his holotype is a different species that is the same as Acruliopsis tumidula (Mäklin).

looks pycnoglyptish
Moved from Rove Beetles.

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