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Unknown Beetle - Euconnus

Unknown Beetle - Euconnus
Naples , Collier County, Florida, USA
February 10, 2015
Size: 1 mm
This tiny beetle was removed from pine needle litter beneath a Southern Florida Slash Pine tree (Pinus elliottii densa) using a Berlese funnel. The beetle was very "Hairy."

cool --thanks folks

Actually
Euconnus (Napoconnus) sp. The three-segmented antennae place it there, but I provide no statement as to the validity of this subgenus.

might be yet another Napochus
Moved from ID Request.

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