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reindeer click  ; - ) - Aulonothroscus constrictor

reindeer click ; - ) - Aulonothroscus constrictor
Hudson, Hillsborough County, New Hampshire, USA
October 30, 2005
Size: 2.3 mm
Okay, I know it's not a click beetle. It actually bears antennal resemblance to some of the anobaeids.

This one apparently bounced off the storm door glass and landed on the concrete steps. It was a day in the 60s (temperature!) and the beetles were out.

Images of this individual: tag all
reindeer click  ; - ) - Aulonothroscus constrictor reindeer click  ; - ) - Aulonothroscus constrictor reindeer click  ; - ) - Aulonothroscus constrictor

Moved

Aulonothroscus constrictor, i suppose
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Excellent!
A species name :-) Thank you, Belov.

Throscid?
Perhaps it is a beetle in the family Throscidae? Great shots!

 
Looks like it. Many thanks.
I'll move them in a few days to give others a chance to weigh in here, assuming an authoritative voice doesn't nix your suggestion.

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