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Colydii*dae? - Cerylon unicolor

Colydii*dae? - Cerylon unicolor
Jefferson Notch area, Coos County, New Hampshire, USA
May 12, 2007
Size: about 2.5 mm
Found under bark of downed conifer. At first I thought this was a ceryl*onid but those antennal clubs told me I was wrong.

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Colydii*dae? - Cerylon unicolor Colydii*dae? - Cerylon unicolor Colydii*dae? - Cerylon unicolor

Moved from Cerylon.


Moved from Philothermus.

Moved from Beetles.

American Beetles states that
American Beetles states that this group has concealed antennal insertions... Cerylonidae perhaps?

Okay, I agree.
In fact, I don't get my initial rejection of Cerylonidae. I guess I just viewed one antennal club...

The raised lateral margin on the pronotum indicates this is Philothermus, with a solitary species in New Hampshire, Philothermus glabriculus.

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