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Megapenthes - Megapenthes stigmosus - female

Megapenthes - Megapenthes stigmosus - Female
Enumclaw, King County, Washington, USA
July 24, 2013
Size: ~ 7mm
Almost certain it's Megapenthes stigmosus, confirmation appreciated...

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Megapenthes - Megapenthes stigmosus - female Megapenthes - Megapenthes stigmosus - female

Moved
Appears to be stigmosus based on the hypomeral punctures.

Moved from Megapenthes.

 
Thank you Blaine..
Appreciate the help and expertise...

Could also be [i]M. caprella[
Could also be M. caprella but the 2 species are very similar..Hope Blaine gets to this.

Megapenthes
This is a female and is either M. stigmosus or M. caprella. Need to see the punctures on the underside to separate them.

 
Added ventral..
Hope this will cover what you need. If not just let me know and I'll see what I can do. Till then I'll leave the specimen out till I hear from you, and thank you for your help...

Gary

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