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Photo#1041549
 Another Dinardina?

Another Dinardina?
Enumclaw, King County, Washington, USA
February 19, 2015
Size: ~ 3.1 mm
Extracted from berlese funnel trap, near same habitat as recent Dinardina posted(1). This one smaller 3.1 mm vs. 3.9 mm, and coloration marking different along with shape of abdomen. Believe to be same Dinardina species except different gender? Confirmation/correction, and further placement would be appreciated.

I think it looks like an Oxyp
I think it looks like an Oxypoda species, just with a very distinctive antennal morphology, I'm not sure though.

sweet... have you told Taro?
Moved from Rove Beetles.

 
Just sent Taro..
an email...thanks v

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