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Heterobrenthus texanus? - Arrhenodes minutus - male

Heterobrenthus texanus? - Arrhenodes minutus - Male
4 miles West of Winnsboro, Wood County, Texas, USA
June 21, 2014
Size: ~ 14.9mm
Captured both male and female together under some stacked firewood. Believe it might be Heterobrenthus texanus, female image to follow. Confirmation/correction, or further placement would be appreciated.

Thank you all...
Appreciate the assistance from all concerned.

Moved, agree with J&J
Also unlinking since clearly not the same individual.

Moved from Brentinae.

Does not look like the Heterobrenthus texanus images
in the guide.

Looks rather like Arrhenodes minutus

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