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Ant-loving Beetle - Reichenbachia

Ant-loving Beetle - Reichenbachia
Medford, (~25 miles east of Philadelphia, PA) Burlington County, New Jersey, USA
June 12, 2008
Size: ~1.5mm
had 3 of these come to the UV light on the same night. From what little I know of these, the pits on the pronotum are expected, but I never previously noticed the pits along the elytra base. I haven't tryed to key these yet so IDs welcome :)

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Moved - Thanks Don
Moved from Ant-loving Beetles.

 
All of
your other ones in unplaced Pselaphinae were Reichenbachia also, probably the same species.

 
Thanks again Don,
Thanks again Don

Reichenbachia sp.
All females, and look to be the same species. The pits (foveae) are all over the body, and the different patterns of loss are often used to uniquely characterize genera.