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Lebiini of sorts? - Bembidion - male

Lebiini of sorts? - Bembidion - Male
Upper Mary Lake, Coconino County, Arizona, USA
September 7, 2016
Size: ~ 6 mm
Another one that scurried from underneath a stone on the shoreline of the lake. Believe this carabid might be in the tribe Lebiini? Confirmation/correction, and further placement would be appreciated.

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Lebiini of sorts? - Bembidion - male Lebiini of sorts? - Bembidion - male Lebiini of sorts? - Bembidion - male

Moved
Moved from Ground Beetles.

Bembidion (male)
is a good start; subgenus Notaphus by gestalt. Mosaic-colored elytra and strongly constricted pronotum should take experts closer to species.

 
Thank you Peter..
I'll move to Bembidion...

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