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Heterocerid - Heterocerus mollinus

Heterocerid - Heterocerus mollinus
Tippecanoe County, Indiana, USA
June 4, 2005
Size: 4.5 mm
Collected at light. Postmesocoxal lines present, postmetacoxal lines absent. Suspect it is near H. mollinus.

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Moved from Variegated Mud-loving Beetles. Moved tentatively.

It does look like H. mollinus
That species is also very common in the eastern U.S. Always hard to tell without pulling the genitalia, and impossible if it's a female.

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