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Photo#149275
Pselaphid - Trimioplectus obsoletus

Pselaphid - Trimioplectus obsoletus
Tippecanoe County, Indiana, USA
August 30, 2007
Size: ~ 1 mm
A small member of the Pselaphinae. This is at 45x magnification. Found thru Berlese extraction of material from an old stump.

The third abdominal ventrite has these large angulate projections, the mesotrochanters have a tiny spine, and the pronotum is somewhat constricted in the basal half.

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Moved
Moved from Trimioplectus.

Moved
Moved from Ant-loving Beetles.

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