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Another very small carabid...

Another very small carabid...
Upper Mary Lake, Coconino County, Arizona, USA
September 7, 2016
Size: ~ 4.5 mm
Another one that scurried from underneath a stone on the shoreline of the lake. Another very small carabid, dark reddish stripe running down the center of the elytra... Confirmation/correction, and further placement would be appreciated.

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Another very small carabid... Another very small carabid... Another very small carabid...

Thank you both..
Moved to Stenolophina and see what happens..

Moved from Ground Beetles.

looks like a Stenolophus
but not sure what in AZ looks like this. Safe to place among the harpalines.

A stenolophine
to be sure. Small size and gestalt makes me favor genus member "Bradycellus".

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