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Photo#380684
Beetle - Glyptoscelis pubescens

Beetle - Glyptoscelis pubescens
Pearl River County, Mississippi, USA
March 25, 2010
Size: 11.2mm BL
Lindgren trap.Id appreciated.

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Moved
Moved from Glyptoscelis.

Keys out to this species in Ciegler (2007), and according to that reference, there are only two spp. in the southeast.

Moved
Moved from Graphops.

 
party-pooper
;-)

 
yeah... sorry... i have a history... working on that...
:]

Moved
Moved from Beetles.

Hey Johnny
Looks liks a Graphops sp. (or closely-related eumolpine).

 
Thanks Blaine, looks very much like G. pubescens to
me and size would be right I guess,seems to show slight deterioration
and was a little wet on dorsal shot but happy my wife has agreed to
collect them for me while out on the high seas.Should I move to genus
for now?

 
Sure
genus only for now, pending second read/confirmation.

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