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Cryptophagidae ? - Symbiotes gibberosus

Cryptophagidae ? - Symbiotes gibberosus
Eaton Canyon Natural Area, Pasadena, Los Angeles County, California, USA
February 9, 2015
Size: 1.7 mm
Found beneath exfoliating bark of Platanus racemosa.

Moved
Moved from Beetles.

 
Thanks, Vassili!
Had thought of something coccinellid when I first looked at it, but then went astray obviously. Not much time right now between taking care of my grandkids. Otherwise mostly thinking bees. Tomorrow morning I'll be going on my first all-day field trip to check what flowers are out yet.

 
Nice
Endomychidae was my first thought; I hadn't realized the family had been split.

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