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Enochrus pygmaeus

Enochrus pygmaeus
Sugar Creek, Montgomery County, Indiana, USA
September 1, 2007
Size: 4 mm
Enochrus pygmaeus. Yellowish dorsally with the pronotum usually completely pale. Other characters include carinate prosternum, short mesosternal lamina, and last abdominal segment emarginate.

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