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Unsure.... - Eustrophopsis bicolor

Unsure.... - Eustrophopsis bicolor
March, Dallas County, Missouri, USA
July 20, 2013
Size: ~ 6 mm
Extracted from Lindgren funnel trap by Jerry Wilson. Believe it might be a darker version of Eustrophus? Confirmation/correction, further placement would be appreciated.

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Unsure.... - Eustrophopsis bicolor Unsure.... - Eustrophopsis bicolor


must be Eustrophopsis bicolor
i see here nothing inconsistent with that common beetle

the pronotal indentations...
seemed deep to me! But, could be an imaging artifact...

Looks like Synstrophus repandus but with pale legs...

Moved from Fungus, Bark, Darkling and Blister Beetles.

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