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Epuraea? - Antherophagus ochraceus - female

Epuraea? - Antherophagus ochraceus - Female
Bellingham - Sehome Arboretum, Whatcom County, Washington, USA
May 29, 2003
Size: ~ 4.5 mm
Collected by M. Jones. Specimen held at WWUC. Believe this Nitidulid is in the Epuraea genus? Confirmation/correction, and further placement would be appreciated.

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Jens Esser says, fem. A. ochraceus
...based on the thick pronotal bead and dorsal pubescence (shorter and sparser than in A. pallidivestris)

Moved from Antherophagus.

not the common ochraceus, i hope

Thanks again V-
I missed the mark on this one..

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